Opposites.

Apr 6, 2013

The most classic combination ever to exist, according to me, is black and white. Though severe opposites, the two colors compliment each other in the most beautiful way, and looks all over the fashion world display this. Bloggers like Liz, above, show just how chic such a combination can look, with just a touch of color. The greatest part of her look is how she combined the two colors, and two prints. Stripes, graphics, and other eclectic prints are the perfect medium in which to apply the black and white trend. For the outfit, I am not a fan of black and white clothes and accessories; I would combine heels and a bag of similar color tones to compliment, and contrast, the look. Just as bloggers and celebrities have been doing, use gorgeous pastels and neon colors to brighten up any outfit. Below, there are ways to achieve the perfect black and white combination – from wearing a beautiful cocktail dress to jeans and a top for a night out. 

Outfit 1: Dress | Pumps | Bag 
Outfit 2: Top | Jeans | Stilettos | Clutch
Outfit 3: Top | Skirt | Pumps | Clutch

What do you think of these outfits? 

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-M

16 comments

  1. Well put Meera! I have been marvelling over the black + white combination for quite awhilebut I just didn't know how to put it in words:) Liz looks gorgeous too!

    xoxo,
    Charlotte

    thestyleobsessedcookie.blogspot.com

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  2. Beautiful outfits! And I myself love to dress black & white + something colorful that pops out!
    You have a really nice blog, so I am definitely your newest follower! :)

    callmemaddie.blogspot.com

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  3. Her outfit is lovely! I love the pieces you picked out!
    - Charlotte
    http://fashiongirl134.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm so glad monochrome's in trend because I love wearing just black and white too,

    Rosie x

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  5. Wow, Liz's look is gorgeous! I'm loving the black and white monochrome look with just a pop of color!

    http://swooningforstyle.blogspot.com/

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  6. One of my favorite trends! I love the 3rd look, I have a thing for pastel blue :)

    http://chicgeekblogger.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love this post, you can't go wrong with a bit of monochrome and adding a pop of colour works wonders.

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  8. Thx for your lovely comment, dear :) Would be so nice if we stayed in touch? <3
    This post is great, the blogger above has a great style! Kisses to you

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  9. love the 3 outfits! a pop of color is always a fun way to add to black and white :)

    xo-ally
    sunnysweetheart.com

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  10. Lovely post! I've never heard of Liz and her blog so thank you for introducing it. Black and white has to be one of my favorite go-to's when dressing up!

    xoxo, Veena
    seveninchstilettos.com

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  11. Awesome post, I love classic black and white combos too. Thanks for the FYI on Liz, will check her out!

    SDMxx
    www.daringcoco.com

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  12. One look at you and your blog...n I know I was hooked :)
    glad I stumbled upon it :)
    lookingoodfeelingfab.blogspot.in

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  13. B&W are forever a classic combo, delightful prints on Liz. :)

    Cheers and thanks a bunch for visiting! :)

    ▲_▲ HYENA

    xx

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