Suddenly spotted

By JUSTIN REIS  |  September 24, 2012


With polka-dot doyenne Yayoi Kusama’s retrospective on display through September at the Whitney Museum, the style set is seeing spots — and not just in NYC. The trend is popping up in plenty of Boston stores, so pile dots on dots to create your own sartorial masterpiece.

On Caroline: Ark & Co. chiffon neck-tie blouse, $50 at LIT  on Newbury; Cotélac green “Gros Pois” skirt, $235 at Cotélac; Chanel moccasin loafer heel (on ground), $1,095 at Neiman Marcus
On Christine: Rebecca Taylor “Dalmatian” blouse, $235, and Alexander McQueen studded platform pump, $1,220, both at Neiman Marcus; Cotélac blue “Gros Pois” skirt, $235 at Cotélac

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