Polkadot Capris

Time to wear capris, they’re cooler than pants and more chic than shorts. These ones are black with white polkadots and great for a little pattern mixing.

polka dot capris

My happy feet are enjoying sandals again!

polka dot capris 2

This tunic is a few years old bought at Budds Department Store (a family business which closed its doors forever in 2016 after 89 years).


The back and one sleeve are black.

backpolka dot capris 3

If you can’t see the bright side of life,
polish the dull side!

❤ carmen

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25 Responses to Polkadot Capris

  1. ToryBri says:

    Love this look. The polka dot capris look amazing and you’ve enhanced this look with that amazing patterned and textured tunic. You look amazing as always Carmen. 🙂

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  2. Exactly – open feet :))) I always wait for this moment impatiently 🙂 . I love your tunic – the colours and style are unique. You look very summery – enjoy it. Cheers – Margot :)))

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  3. Robin says:

    What a cute outfit!

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  4. Sheela Goh says:

    I’m with you in the capri camp, Carmen. They’re the perfect alternative to shorts and pants, all year long too 🙂 and I love how yours are splattered with the cutest teeny itty bitty polka dots!!

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  5. Jess says:

    Hi Carmen, I love the fun polka dots on your capris and what a perfect tunic to accompany it? I love all f the patterns in this top and Im glad about sandals too! Its getting hot here in NC and my feet need some air 🙂 hehe
    Have a great day!
    jess xx

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  6. dan says:

    Very nice pattern mixing, Carmen! Your capris and blouse go happily together … 🙂 And asymmetric clothes always add interest to the outfit.
    Capris look lovely on you!

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    • carmen says:

      Thanks so much Dan! I find polka dots are a pattern that is easily mixed, providing the colours are also found in the other item it is mixed with. 🙂



  7. Amy L Sauder says:

    LOOOOOVE that top! And with the capris, it’s so perfect ❤

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  8. robjodiefilogomo says:

    What a great saying, Carmen!!
    The 3 of us are wearing capris on the blog today too!! I’ve been seeing a ton of them in the leggings version like you are wearing. I might just have to get a pair!

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  9. I love that statement! Also, I love capris! I dislike my knees, but pants are too hot!

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  10. I love them,they are so cute!! ❤

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  11. utesmile says:

    Wore sandals twice so far… it is very varies here. Carmen enjoy the sun and warmth. We wait long enough for it! ♥

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    • carmen says:

      The weather varies here as well, not every day has been suitable for sandals, we’ve had a mix of cool and rainy days too. Having said that, it looks like sunny days are here to stay for awhile. 🙂

      Wishing you sunny days!
      ❤️ carmen

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  12. josep-maria says:

    Finally the capris returned! My queen of capri, reign again! And, in addition, with the capri of small moles, one of my favorites. And with a wonderful asymmetric tunic, boho style boho. The queen of capri and the queen of the natural, sustainable and ecological. I love the print of the tunic and its design with that asymmetrical and diverse shape, I love your sandals so your feet enjoy, and also my eyes to see them. Beautiful necklace and beautiful bag. And, as always, above all, how beautiful you look!

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    • carmen says:

      You make me smile! Yes, the weather is once again perfect for capris and sandals! Thank you so much for your kind comments!

      Wishing you a happy week!
      ❤️ Your Queen of Capri 🙂


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