My Polka Dot skirt from GanniFashion
My Polka Dot Skirt From Ganni
No longer are polka dots the sole property of a big mouse with gigantic ears. The ultra feminine print has been given a sophisticated make-over with a light hearted edge.
Chances are you were dressed in polka dot as a child but forget all that infantile behaviour now.
Step up this silky midi skirt from every fashion influencer’s favourite cool brand Ganni.
It has a playful ruffle down its front, and is prime example of how polka dot has been transformed by the grown ups.
Come Autumn, I’m planning on teaming my polka dot skirt from Ganni with their gorgeous statement Faucher knit (I’ve had my eye on one of these for ages) and a pair of trainers or ankle boots.
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This skirt makes no apologies for its feminine wiles. It is cut from liquid satin to skim your figure and for people to admire the female shape.
If you are more shy about showing off your curves, wear a longer top half way down your bum.
This ‘Leclair’ skirt is printed with polka-dots and trimmed in asymmetric ruffles. I love pieces that are extremely versatile and can be worn in different seasons with lots of different pieces that I already have in my wardrobe.
Wear it now with a cami top and midi-heels for a more dressed look. Or go for an every day look and team it with a t-shirt and a pair of flats.
Polka dots are simple and subtly just charming. My favourites are the whites like this polka dot skirt from Ganni, or I’m partial to black and navy numbers with white polka dots.
I’m also quite fond of red dresses covered in white spots too. If you are wearing a plain black dress, adding a polka dot blazer or shirt gives it a cool, easy breezy edge.
I’ve teamed a short denim jacket, that I picked up in Zara for a chilly grey day in London.
Summer come back please ! I have lots more summer in me yet. I can’t bare to even contemplate Autumn.