Telstra Perth Fashion Festival
Restyle 2014 | Day 15 | Monochrome
15 August, 2014
Skirt Save The Children (Similar Here, Here & Here) // Backless Top Supre (Similar Here & Here) // Shoes Penneys / Primark (Similar Here & Here) // Headband (Similar Here & Here)
Photographed By Dana Weeks Photography
Traditionally Monochrome casts off sixties connotations and refers to greyscale hues of black and white. Fashion trends have allude to the combination of white and black described as monochrome. This simple combination is effortlessly sartorially chic. In my eyes, monochrome is the embodiment of timeless elegance.
I found this gorgeous white midi skirt in Save The children for $6. I have already worn it a few times with a white slip with lace trim I also bought in Save The Children for $4. A white skirt is one of my top wardrobe investment must have’s. It is so versatile and a very easy item to dress up or down. I highly recommend investing in one. My black top with structured capped sleeves and low cut back is from Australian store Supre. I have this top in a few colours and find them so easy to wear and dress up a simple skirt, shorts or trousers. I accessoriesed my look with cute ears and my favourite fashion code clutch bag from Zara. Missed yesterday’s look find it here.
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