Polka-dots are a retro trend that has been revamped and sent back to center stage. Large spots, small dots, itty bitty polka-dot patterns; no matter how they are designed and stitched onto your apparel, this trend is flawless. While they may seem overbearing to those of you who aren’t up with the funky finds, don’t turn them down just yet. Spotted blouses, tops, dresses and accessories can transform an outfit into a feminine ensemble that no one can refuse.  CollegeFashionista loves patterns for any season to add some additional oomph. One trend that I’m obsessed with is a patterned blazer, and this curly-haired, stylish student I spotted walking to class was wearing one perfectly.

Combining a crisp polka-dot blazer with sleek skinny jeans, adorable purple flats like these colored pairs from Urban Outfitters and a simple gray tunic helped this Fashionista leave her dorm in an oh-so-trendy ensemble. The classic look that we see here is ideal for a cozy day on campus where your mind is focused on your studies slightly more than it has been all semester. Blazers, whether with dots or not, act as an amazing piece of outwear as well as a top trend. We’ve spotted spots on fashion icons like Alexis Bledel and Rachel Bilson, as well as our First Lady, Michelle Obama. If they are wearing them, then why shouldn’t you? This work wear style may come across as uptight and too professional, but combine it with the right items and it can be perfect for women and men of any shape or size. The main aspect that I love is how the blazers tailoring makes one's body appear curvy and girly, while the polka-dots bring in added feminine flair.

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