Dressing ‘Black, White and Bold’ is so huge that it’s more of a lifestyle than a passing trend.
In the sometimes overwhelming world of fashion, there’s something to be said for the monochrome look- It’s buildable, timeless, assertive and cool. Karl Lagerfeld once said, "black and white always looks modern, whatever that word means." And it’s a look he’s loved enough to make his trademark.
It’s practically impossible to mess up the perfection of head-to-toe black and white. Keeping your shoes black, white or both is the easiest formula for a put together look as the trend finds power in it’s purity. Accessorizing is simple, with no need to worry about what will coordinate. You can even work in your favorite patterns when you feel like changing it up.
With Marc Jacobs delivering a black and white heavy ready to wear collection and Oscar de la Renta bringing black and white to ball gowns, you’re in good company for Spring / Summer 16.