One collection that I missed out on – and have since regretted not pursuing – is the Marni for H&M collection. I was only really interested in this chaotic dot print but by the time I finally made it to a store that stocked this collection, it had long been sold out.
Since then, I’ve been drawn to polka dot skirts that have dots arranged in a tighter pattern. With my purchase of the No. 2 Pencil Skirt in Pop Art Polka Dot, my curiosity is finally satiated. The pop art polka dot is not as dizzying (or interesting) as the Marni for H&M print but is still a fun pattern that I look forward to wearing on a weekly basis.
H&M blazer, Gap blouse, J. Crew skirt, Chanel bag, and unbranded shoes
This print was translated into three items for Spring:
p.s. Today may be a double posting day – or I may just amend this post to include the sales that I wanted to mention. In any case, check back later if you have holes in your wardrobe that need to be filled.