How To Wear Spring’s Hottest Trends – Black & White
Among flirty florals, romantic pastels and bright neons, one spring trends has set itself apart: classic black and white! Its pared-down color palette and a clean, aesthetic will appeal to those who like their world perfectly clear and organized. However, it is anything but boring as you can easily experiment with different prints and patterns without delving into difficult color combinations. We have searched through inspirations on the runways, on celebrities and on the streets to put together our – How to wear B&W
Designers stand unites – black and white are the coolest colors for Spring 2015 and there are so many version that you are bound to find one you like. Maybe you like the combination of romantic Victoriana with Rock-n-roll cool like we have seen at Louis Vuitton (btw skinny black bows and neck-ties are all the rage this Spring), or you prefer clean, minimal style of Celine, where a roomy white tunic was paired with a pair of cropped trousers. If you are a girly girl you’ll like the cropped top plus a full, feminine skirt in graphic gingham like that on the Michael Kors runway, or if you need an elegant office look that stands out lool no further than a stripes silk blouse worn with striped a pencil skirt at Altuzzara.
Sometimes there is no better way to stand out on the red carpet than to wear a bold combination of two basic colors and celebrity stylists know it. It can be as simple as throwing a black jacket over a white dress like Emily Blunt or adding a bit of the Sixties with black opaque tights like Taylor Swift. Nothing is as show stopping as a well-cut white suit. Just remember Bianca Jagger’s wedding number, but Kendall Jenner takes hers to yet another style level by wearing hers with a black crop top with sheer stripes. If you are not that brave, a black t-shirt will do just fine. Another great idea we are totally stealing from Emma Stone is wearing a white t-shirt underneath a strapless dress to take its dressiness down a notch, who bringing its style quotient through the roof!
None knows more about style than Vogue Paris Editor in Chief Emmanuelle Alt and she often relies on the fail proof black and white combo. We love how she pairs sexy leather pants with a classy white blazer and adds a “Iamafashionstylistandwhoareyou” touch with a zebra print top underneath. Another look that grabbed our attention is a head-to-toe graphic print toned down with a black jacket and an elegant bag or if you are brave mix prints such as checks of a different scale in the same outfit. Sticking to just black and white makes such risky combinations easy as 1-2-3.
For more check out other must-have spring 2015 fashion trends on Style.com
or get inspired by some black & white Op art here