There’s no denying that black and white is the most classic and timeless trend in the fashion world. It’s not even worth trying to argue with anyone about this; black and white outfits are undoubtedly a go-to for multiple Fashionistas out there (multiple? More like all).
Now let’s take this into further analysis: Black has the ability to maintain a sense of mystery and provide the perfect edginess that we all want in our outfits, while white portrays innocence and a certain type of chic that is rather hard to come across. All of us are familiar with the saying “Opposites attract” and, of course, this couldn’t be any more true when it comes to these two colors. When mixing and matching black and white, you can almost always be certain that the result will be nothing less than unique and head-turning.
The Emilio Pucci fall 2015 ready-to-wear collection obviously understood the trend and sought to make it even more popular and appealing to Fashionistas around the world. One look at the collection and the first thing that hits you is the array of black and white patterned outfits that dominated the runway and took the audience by storm…but I mean, we are talking about Emilio Pucci, so what else would you have expected?
Feeling greatly inspired by the collection and, as has been quite obvious lately, wandering away from my (former) usual all-black outfits, I decided to create a look that mixed and matched black and white in the most Paula way possible. I wore a pair of high-waisted white pants with a sheer black crop-top and gorgeous pointed ballerina flats. Not wanting to retract attention from the clothes and simply wanting the black and white to do the talking for this outfit, I kept the accessories basic by grabbing my classic Chanel black cross-body bag and wearing a few silver rings and my favorite pair of Henri Bendel sunglasses.
If you’re left clueless and uninspired as to what to wear sometime, go for black and white. You can never go wrong with this trend and if there’s one thing I can guarantee, it is that you won’t end up regretting it.