Sunday, November 20, 2011

Black 'n white

Does everyone go through a stage in their life when all they wear is black and white?  or was it only me?  Somehow, I don't think so.  But, for a very long time my wardrobe consisted of 99% of my clothing being black and white. I was young, had just started working, but in fact my addiction started in high school.  I had bought a cerise pink dress for my sisters friends wedding and one day, decided to wear it to work.  A much older gentleman in the office commented for days on end about how lovely I looked, how severe the black and white was and on and on he went.  He was sweet, however, it did not convince me to give up the black and white though, but now, 20+ years later, I do so enjoy wearing clothing with pretty colours.



 However, when you're in a rush, not sure what your mood is, black 'n white always looks right.
 Skirt, Shirt and waistcoat : Truworths
Shoes : Legit
Necklace : Miladys
Bracelet : Charlotte Russe
This outfit work Thursday 16 Novemeber.

We had glorious rain yesterday at last and today, everything looks fresh and pretty.  I so wish it were possible to capture the smell of rain and use it as an air freshner.

I'm still battling to get the hosting of my blog sorted out, but, I'm closer, at least I'm more clear on a few points. 

It's Sunday - it's pretty, I'm doing my girl things.  Hope your weekend has been fabulous and that your day is absolutely stunning.

Til we meet again
Keep it Simple, Keep it Sassy


3 comments:

  1. I agree, black and white is always right! It's a great fall-back position and so easy to accessorize. You look fab in this combo.

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  2. Black and white always looks crisp and 'put together', doesn't it? But I love how you mixed in a little color with the shoes and necklace too.

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  3. No...never black and white...I adore colour.

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