THE MAGIC OF WEARING MONOCHROME BASICS

THE MAGIC OF WEARING MONOCHROME BASICS

The magic of wearing monochrome basics is that almost every piece in your wardrobe matches and can work together like this load of black & grey outfit ideas. So, suddenly you can restyle formal pieces for the daytime and workwear for the evening. For instance, pairing a simple white t-shirt with a black leather skirt and grey heels. This a look that you can wear with a black blazer for the office & then a cropped jacket for dinner.

Far from being anti-colour, monochrome basics are about classic everyday pieces that focus on sophisticated single colour looks. They also give you a minimalised wardrobe and are fantastic for when you have limited time, or you just don’t know what to wear. A black t-shirt & jeans are certainly wardrobe staples every woman needs & this look shows why basic doesn’t always equal boring. Layered with a sheer black shirt and white cropped faux leather jacket, the outfit features pretty details that make all a difference. Additionally, the black fringe suede knee boots and pretty Labradorite Magic Rings add the loveliest statement for a finishing touch.

A simple laid-back monochrome look is great for day-to-day activities and you can also change it up with fabulous accessories to add to the mix. Just like the beautiful sterling silver rings featured from Labradorite Jewellery that are affordable, elegant and bold.
The beauty of the blue Labradorite gemstones, which gives a peaceful, calming feeling, really stand out against this monochrome look. Above all, the magic of wearing this monochrome outfit for the recent Topshop fashion afternoon event, after running errands and having a lunch meeting, shows just why basics are best.

THE MAGIC OF WEARING MONOCHROME BASICS
THE MAGIC OF WEARING MONOCHROME BASICS

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White Leather Biker Jacket

Similar | Black Detail Top

Dark Wash Jeans

Similar | Black Fringe Boots

Silver Stone Rings | Labradorite Magic Jewelry |Gifted

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