Black and White for me is really the perfect combo. Most people would say that these two are the most boring colors but for me, it definitely isn’t most especially when it comes to fashion. The reason why I love the two colors is because of it’s versatility, ou can match these two with almost or if not, all colors and prints. I also love it’s timeless and classic feel. Anyways, speaking of black and white… and fashion of course, here are three of my favorite black and white menswear look photographed by one of the best menswear and street style photographer Monsieur Jerome
GET THE LOOK:
LOOK #1 McQ by Alexander McQueen Graphic T-shirt / Cole Haan Oxfords / J.Crew Chino
LOOK #2 Efoxcity Button Down / Oasap Shoulder Bag / Ray-Ban Wayfarer / Frye Boots
LOOK #3 Ecko Unlimited Shirt / Trafalgar Suspenders / Firetrap Adsid Shorts @ Dress n Impress / Oasap Creepers / Romwe Sunglasses
How about you guys, what can you saya bout the black and white combo? Is this something you prefer when it comes to clothing?
image source: Stockholm Street Style
Dance is a great way to keep fit and express your creative side, and the clothes that you dance in should reflect your style and personality. Spring 2013 has some great fashion trends that you can channel into your dance wear, here are our most wearable picks from the catwalk;
Bold geometric prints have been seen all over the catwalk lately, with Prada in particular showing an eye-popping collection of coats, bags and shoes. Prints are a great way to add interest and colour to a basic outfit, which is ideal for dancewear (where you can’t exactly accessorize with a fabulous bag!). Leotards and loose tops would work well in a geometric print, or you could opt for a plain item with a panel or two of a geometric print – a good option for those who aren’t brave enough to go for the full look! If you’re unsure, go for simple colours initially.
Seen on catwalks and celebrities for a few seasons now, colour blocking is an easy way to add an injection of creativity into your dance wardrobe. Ideally, you’re looking for bright jewel-like tones, such as green, blue, purple, pink or red. If you really want to make a statement you can clash your colours (a pink leotard with a red jacket, for example), but if you’re not that confident choose complimentary colours. Purple and blue work well, and you should stick to two or three main colours to avoid looking like a paint box! There are lots of bold one-colour dance items available, so this is an easy trend to mix and match with just a few new items.
Don’t be afraid of a stripe – they can actually be incredibly shaping, and since Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta have all shown them in their spring collections, you’ll be in good company with all the stripy ladies and gents out there. If you’re not brave enough to go for a bold striped top or leotard, choose accessories that feature a stripe like these cute legwarmers, to give a nod to the current trend.