Look girl, did you know polka dots pranced itself into the fashion world during the late Victorian era? Then in the 1920s it strutted itself into the fashion scene, making a loud fuss. Not to toot my own horn (uh-oh did you hear that lol), but I’d swear I was the creator of the pattern. These polka dots are hitting me like a second skin, sweetie. I love my co-ord set from Halogen. Classic attire promises to satisfy a cinched but curved silhouette. In essence, empire waist dresses, waist length tops, and pencil or swing skirts, in particular, were a style structure that was meant to do what girdles did in the 16 to late 1800s- and even in today’s age.
I adore knits and sweater material; this was a must. As you know, I am a sucker for the grandeur of classic pieces. A pencil skirt and semi-cropped sweater top, never fails to time capsule me into some of my favorite movies like, The Notebook, Grease, A Bronx Tale, and Hidden Figures. Of course, I’d be the best dressed, don’t play!
Styles like this are so feminine, modest, flirty and uppity. Where this style goes is limitless: church, brunch, or the office, it vows to be the most lady-like. No matter where you go, it will always showcase the body, attitude and charm of a real woman.
Get all of your style deets here! (Shop-able link to my set and similar by Halogen) Versace Virtus Bag (pink sold out, but I’ve linked the black one)
Similar set: Knit Sweater (Both are available up to XXL) Knit Skirt