Polka dots & Peter Pan Collar

Polka dots & Peter Pan collar have been bloggers’ staples for the longest time. The collar keeps coming back on the runway, on the carpets, and on the wish list of men who are obsessed with polka dots. Meanwhile the dots have been everywhere from houses, to music videos, to insects….

Below, they can be seen together on a fashion blogger from Singapore; on a fashion blogger from Europe; in the Summer Collection of a London based fashion label-Dahlia; on an 18 year old art student from Wales, here.

peter pan + polka

polka+peter pan

dahlia londondahlia london

However, the point of all that I mentioned so far is that during my stay in Shillong this January, I photographed a girl wearing something similar….

kids street fashion india

kids street fashion india

..and I find it amazing how different people, from different classes of societies, from different countries, geographically and socially oblivious of the other, end up dressing the same.

The girl above works at a tea shop in Laitumkhrah, Shillong.

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5 Responses to “Polka dots & Peter Pan Collar”

  1. komal Says:

    The thing about clothing is , to some it may be fashion and to others its just a piece of clothing . I call it vintage some call it old🙂

    I love your work🙂

  2. teodoraa26 Says:

    I guess its because peter pan collar and polka dots are since long part of kids clothing… the novelty is, that grown ups are allowed to wear them now…

  3. destinednomad Says:

    well told/ shown/ worn:)

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