How to Style Black and White Polka Dots and Stripes

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You can be going into the office or having dinner with your boo. Maybe you just want to create a stylish look. Either way, I’ve got the solution for you. My favorite print is polka dots, and stripes are about a hair behind in second place. I’ve always been a bit different with my style, so mixing prints is right up my alley. I’ve paired multiple pieces to create several looks.

Business casual office wear

Most of these dots and stripes styles can be worn into work, depending on your job. However, I want to highlight two specific looks. The first is a black and white stripe bandeau top. It’s matched with a black flared mid-length skirt with white dots. I finished this off with a white blazer with black polka dots and a pair of two-tone oxfords. Hence, my decision to make it office wear.

The second style is a black and white striped batwing sleeve top. I paired it with a white flared skirt with black polka dots and patent leather leopard pumps. The extra print added a dramatic effect!

From the office to happy hour

I paired this striped cold shoulder top with fitted polka dot trousers and classic black pumps. You could wear it as is or toss on a blazer to make it more business casual.

Dinner with babe or brunch with the girls

I’m bringing sexy back! LOL! I layered this rib-knit bodysuit with high waist pants and a leather wrap-around belt. I completed the look with a pair of feather high heel mules. The v-neck cut puts the girls on display, which is definitely a win-win for bae. Tying the look together with the feather heels is giving me a fancy, sexy vibe. These shoes are the perfect accessory for dinner with your love.

To hang out with your girlfriends, you could rock this look. It is a striped crop tee and a polka dot pencil skirt. I gave it a punk rock feel with the leather corset belt, open-toe lace-up booties, and metal earrings. However, you can swap the accessories for a more classic style.

When you want to be trendy, stylish, or plain different

One thing about me, I don’t have a specific style. I like all sorts of fashion, and I take pieces and mix them in different ways. It can depend on the day of the week, my mood, or the event I’m attending. Here is a grungy, casual look I put together. It’s the same striped crop tee paired with casual shorts. The grunge influence comes in with the xtra high converse and leather fanny pack.

Would you wear one of these outfits?

Until next time, I’ll leave you with this. Make your style your own. Don’t allow media influence or others online to decide your look for you. Wear what makes you comfortable and do what you do! Let me know in the comments which outfit you’re feeling the most.

Thanks for hanging out with me!

Create a similar look:

Office wear

Look 1-

White blazer with black polka dots

White and black stripe top

Black flared pleated midi skirt with white polka dots

Black and white two-tone oxfords

Look 2-

Black and white stripe blouse

White a-line skirt with black polka dots

Leopard print pumps

Office wear to happy hour

Look 1-

Black and white striped cold shoulder top

Black skinny leg trousers with small white polka dots

Classic black pumps

Dinner or brunch wear

Look 1-

Polka dots crew neck short sleeve top

Stripes bodycon pants with belt

Bowknot leather wrap around belt

Fuzzy heels

Look 2-

Black and white stripe T-shirt

Black stretch pencil skirt with white polka dots

Black peep-toe booties

Faux leather corset belt

Trendy, stylish, and different

Black blazer with pockets

Black and white stripe T-shirt

Casual polka dot shorts

Mid-calf knee-high lace-up sneakers

Black fanny pack

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