Stars rocking iconic polka dot looks

Doris Day -
The late actress looking classy in a polka dot blouse, circa 1951.

Grace Kelly -
The actress and Princess of Monaco is a fashion icon to this day.

Frank Sinatra -
Pictured in his younger days, the famous singer and actor poses for a portrait in a cool polka dot shirt in 1945.

Brigitte Bardot -
The French actress looking fantastic in a promo shot for the movie 'Viva Maria!'(1965).

Paul McCartney -
The Beatle at his father's home in Gayton, in Wirral, Cheshire, England, on July 1968. We love the cuff links!

Kim Basinger -
The actress looking fantastic in this pink and white ensemble while shooting 'My Stepmother Is an Alien' (1988)

Prince -
The late artist wears a '70s-inspired black and white polka dot outfit during a performance in Philadelphia on October 18, 1988.

Ingrid Bergman -
The Swedish actress wears a nice polka dot skirt in a promo shot for Columbia Pictures in 1941.

Rod Stewart -
The British singer wears one of his signature scarves onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York City, on February 24, 1975.

Cybill Shepherd -
The actress wears a gorgeous polka dot scarf around her neck in 'Taxi Driver' (1976).

Lily Tomlin -
The comedian and actress wears a black blouse with large white polka dots in a studio portrait in March 1971.

Jane Seymour -
The Bond Girl poses for a photo in a light polka dot sundress in April 2000, in Beverly Hills, California.

Jennifer Tilly -
The actress making polka dots look sexy in 'The Getaway' (1994).

Queen Elizabeth II -
Of course the Queen had to wear a brighter, bolder version of polka dots. Circa 2002.

Sarah Silverman -
The comedian and actress wears a classy black polka dot dress to the 'Battle of the Sexes' press conference in 2017.

RuPaul -
RuPaul looking lush in a pink polka dot suit at the 2016 Creative Arts Emmys in Los Angeles

Elizabeth Banks -
The actress in the 2008 rom-com 'Definitely, Maybe.' The polka dots are subtle.

Kate Hudson -
The actress is spotted wearing a black dress with white polka dots.

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