Worn separately or together, black and white are such powerhouses. You don’t always need a plethora of rainbow colours to make a statement; rely instead on texture, print, and dimension to take your otherwise ‘boring’ black and white outfit to the next level.
With a few essential styling tips, you’ll find newfound confidence in rocking non-boring monochrome as a similar wardrobe statement to your usual bright and cheerful.
The Printed Midi
With equal effortlessness and elegance, the Printed Midi dress from Veronika Maine is the easiest way to pack a punch. Whether wearing it to work or on the weekend, paired with this season’s must-have chunky boot from Nine West, you’ll love being able to put together a stylish and comfortable outfit within minutes. If colour is still an essential part of your everyday routine, a bold red lip is a perfect addition that is historically a match made.
The Tweed Set
Tweed is everywhere this season; Blazers, skirts, coats and accessories! Stay on trend and in-season with a hint of Tweed in your winter wardrobe. Made famous by the ever-stylish Coco Chanel, who set the groundwork for what we have now come to recognize as THE jacket, it is a fabric recognizable to all. Tweed screams luxury and adds texture, our favourite way to play with the eye. The Tweed Blazer and Skirt by Cue, worn as a matching set for work or to that extra special dinner date, offers the perfect balance of sophistication and simplicity. With the ability to be dressed down as separates, think a simple jeans and tee look, now offering dimension and stimulating the need for ‘something special in an outfit. Similarly, wear the skirt with a slouchy knit (or a simple tee on those hotter winter days) and a sneaker, and you’ll be the best dressed this weekend.
Black and white, a cliche in winter? Perhaps. But monochrome can be everything but boring with a little bit of texture, a dash of print, and the right accessory to match, of course.