How to wear all Black:
So today’s look is not my normal style as typically as I usual like to go bright and colorful but I guess something today made me feel lets go all black!
Skirt: Iconic. Fabulous laced, full, mid length skirt – Perfect for “strutting your stuff!”
Vest top: Splash. A simple black best top that can be dressed up or down.
Jacket: Max. I brought this jacket as I thought it was super cute, it reminded me of Channel plus it was only around 100 aed!!
Bag: Mulberry. I just heart this bag so much – goes with everything and anything. Its stylish, classic and iconc.
Outfit inspirations for how to wear all black
Metal to the max: Simply embellish your all-black duds with silver tiling. They add a downtown, rock-and-roll edge with a sophisticated sensibility, so you get the best of both aesthetics with minimal effort. We call that a win-win.
Dress it up: Avoid looking too stuffy (and overheating) in monochrome black with a drapey dress. Not only will the casual silhouette catch some very welcome breezes; it can also be worn cinched at the waist with a belt, for a more polished look.
Pleats, please. Play with texture, without branching outside the color way. A perfectly pleated, oversized tunic adds an element of drama to a simple, black #OOTD — especially if you manage to catch a gust of wind.
Slouch it: Normally, we save our baggy trousers and cropped T-shirts for lounging around the house. But, with the right fit, these off-duty staples can make a quick errand run feel distinctly more put-together. We mean it: A sleeveless top, cut right at the waist, and slim, straight-legged pants that bunch up just the right amount let you reconcile that home-on-the-couch feel with a street-style-magnet look.
Multi colour: So, you’re not ready to let go of the rainbow just yet. That’s fine: It’s the summer, after all; color is allowed. What you can do, then, is use your LBD as an anchor for some seasonally-appropriate color play. This particular frock gets a dash of whimsy in the form of blue-and-pink lace that starts at the bodice and extends at the skirt. Two contrasting clutches play up this ensemble’s color story.
Colour pop: When you’re boiling it down to the basics, it’s about making a silhouette feel special. So, what to do with a black maxi dress? Give the edges just the slightest bit of fray, for a worn-in feel. A pop of yellow is all the color you need in a summertime wardrobe. And, of course, the staple to end all staples: Our go-to Chucks, which need no introduction, perfectly round out each and every #OOTD.
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