Ganni has become an unofficial outfitter of the Instagram set, as the likes of Camille Charrière, Emili Sindlev and Leandra Medine all regularly tag the Copenhagen-based brand in their outfit-of-the-day posts. But there has been one print that has taken over our feeds this summer and we keep spotting the same black and white polka dots on all of our favourite street style stars. And guess what? We've just found out that The Outnet has started stocking pieces in this exact print—yes that's right, all the Ganni action at a fraction of the price.
If monochromatic polka dots aren't your bag, then luckily the brand has been churning out plenty of colourful alternatives over the last few months—from vibrant green and deep navy to autumnal brown. We'll be taking our autumn dressing cues from Emili Sindlev who wears her Ganni green frock with an oversized denim shirt and ankle boots. So chic. Whatever look you go for, there'll plenty to keep you inspired all year long. Scroll below to see how the likes of Leandra Medine and Jeanette Madsen are wearing the Leclair print and shop our favourite pieces.
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