Bold Prints, Flowers and Monochrome edited version

Bold Prints, Flowers and Monochrome edited version
Lockdown levels have gone down to level -1 , so you know what this means right More events,  more invites more, more excuses to play dress up.

Lock down levels have gone down to 1 , so you know what this means right?

More events,  more invites more, more excuses to play dress up.
Suppose you get an invitation to a prestigious event and the theme is Black & White…
Oh wow is that you rolling eyes?
Yes I know … Black & White is kind of cliche and boring ha?
However, there is no denying that this classic colour combo is timeless,
looks professional when going for interviews
And also great for uniforms,
However It can seem pretty much plain and boring if you’re a dresser that loves to impress and stand out from the rest.
No! You don’t have a to be a party pooper by rebelling against the theme.
With a little bit of creativity you can still rock the classic monochrome look and draw all the attention to you.

Take a look and draw inspiration from how a style icon Solange Knowles rocked her Black & White look…. by the way I love her madly!

Do
 dare to add some bold prints, or hints of flowers to transform your outfit from Plain-Jane to a Style-Star.
Don’t be shy to mix and match prints.
An eye catching bold print like the cowskin sweater in the featured set,
Paired with a hint of floral print in a structural suitpant makes this look captivating and oh so daring.
Do add the Cherry on top,  pop a bit of colour with Red when you accessories your look
Don’t forget to seal the deal with YSL Rouge Lips for the smooches baby💋
So YOU tell me, how can you NOT turn heads, stepping in the room with red bottoms printed in Dalmation? 
Are we channelling Cruela in Christan Louboutin?
Now go get your party on and
Don’t forget to put your mask on. Happy Dressing up ☺️😘

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