I love wearing black and white, so these two looks combine this classic color palette with pops of color in the handbags.
I wore this first look for work a few weeks ago and received a ton of compliments. I love that it feels very modern while still having enough professional edge.
|Skirt: Eloquii (Available here)
Shirt: The Limited (Available here)
I wish the shirt was a little more fitted, but otherwise, I love the look.
Bracelet: Swarovski (gift)
|Necklace: The Limited (Available here)
Glasses: c/o Firmoo.com (Available here)
The second outfit is more for evening due to the crop top. I mixed the look with a citrine and zebra print purse, ikat pumps, and mixed bracelets. An orange lip created another pop of bold color
|Top: Eloquii (Available here)|
|Rings: New York & Company, Francesca’s
Bracelets: Target, New York & Company, World Market
|Heels: Christian Siriano for Payless (Available here)|
|Glasses: Diane Von Furstenburg|
Lastly, I paired my green floral dress with an ivory blazer, green heels, and gold & brown jewelry. Seeing the longer blazer with this dress makes me want to have it hemmed a few inches, but I’m trying to fight the urge as I feel like I need to stay around knee length for a more professional look.
|Dress: The Limited (Available here)
Tote: New York & Company
|Earrings: New York & Company and The Limited|
Bracelets: The Limited, Ann Taylor
Watch: c/o JORD Wood Watches (Available here)
I’m constantly fighting between my fashion instincts and my need for professional work clothes, so the length will likely stay as is.
|Blazer: Eloquii (Available here)|
The green heels pick up one of the shades of green in the dress and help bring out more of the green that the blazer hides on the dress.
|Shoes: Chelsea & Zoe by Kohl’s (Available here)|
I really liked how the darker brown jewelry played off the lighter colors in the outfit.
|Necklace: Ann Taylor|
Which look is your favorite? When you wear black and white, do you usually add a pop of color?