Tips to Wearing All Black
* Bohemian Rockstar
One part hipster, the other ladylike and romantic, this styling combo mixes both hard and soft elements together. My favorite adaptation of this style is a motorcycle jacket, maxi and boots; second runner-up being a jumpsuit. Throw in a fedora, and you’ll be one foxy-looking lady! Come fall or summer, that black maxi can be styled according to the weather.
Throw In Some Color: Dip-dyed hair, neon lipstick, bright colored handbag
* Uptown Girl
The LBD, little black dress, is a HUGE closet staple as you can wear it for several occasions, and it’s oh-so-chic in the color of the night. Swap your LBD for a pencil skirt or fitted trousers, throw on a blazer and you’ve got yourself one svelte-looking ensemble!
Throw In Some Color: Colored blazer or pumps, gold jewelry
* Casual Cool
This noir interpretation is all about comfort and ease. Sport your skinny jeans, chucks (converse sneakers) and favorite tee all in, you got it, all black.
Throw In Some Color: Colored outerwear (such as raincoat), printed scarves, bold blush
1. Wash black clothes in cold water to prevent from fading.
2. Black is an instant classic, but the importance is in the details such as leather trim, any bedazzling or studs and especially fabric. Opt for fabrics that are special such as patent leather, suede, satin, lace and so forth.
3. Wear items that fit your body and show off your best assets. Therefore, if they are oversized, wear a belt or compromise with a fitted item. For example, oversized top + leggings or fitted top + roomier bottoms.
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