Saturday, May 11, 2013
Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Polka Dot... Micheal Kors
French designer Coco Chanel favored dots in the 1920s and such 1950s glamor queens as Marilyn Monroe flaunted the print while house-wives across America donned delicate, evenly spaced dots in "Leave It to Beaver" bliss. In the '60s, "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" became a pop-song dot anthem;
Remember that classic song? These Michael Kors Polka Dot Espadrilles will make you sing it all day long but you wont be hiding or "turning blue" wearing these show stoppers.
These retro Micheal Kors espadrilles have style. They are new, unused and hard to find in this size and color combo.
Polka dots hearken to the 1950s, summing up the best of Mad Men-era America: optimistic, prosperous, ostensibly prim, but also dizzyingly energetic, the atomic age.