Fashion: Adding colour to that ‘all black everything’ wardrobe
All black everything – is this your most used #hashtag for those outfit posts on Instagram? Do you filter your online shopping search by the colour black?
It’s not until you realise that your weekly washing turns into 2 full loads of all blacks (just for yourself) – that you understand just how much black you really do wear – and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that – we’re all for it. But for days or nights when you feel like mixing it up – TWAIN to the rescue. Let us take you through those first steps of adding just a hint of colour to that monochrome wardrobe – sans fluro.
Through soft pink and nude hues…because as we said – bit by bit – you cannot rush these things
When it comes to adding colour, we’re not talking fluro pink or yellow. We’re all for taking it slow. Nothing says slow more than pink and nude tones and the Crystalised Dress by Alice McCall is a great place to start. Pair with your favourite strappy heels and a nude lip.
Replacing your go to little black dress (LBD) with something just as sexy…
When it comes to Saturday night attire, TWAIN are all about the LBD. When it comes to adding colour, maroon is a good start. Look no further than the slip dress by TyLynn Nguyen.
Use your biker jacket and heels as comfort – because we know they’re going to be black.
Through a statement jacket… then you can take it off when you’re feeling too colourful…
If your go to jacket is always that leather biker or black blazer, then why not consider making a statement (and shocking everyone) when you opt for colour. Imagine their faces when you walk in with a baby blue blazer paired with your never fail leather pant and tee combo.
And when its half price, you’re practically making money (right!?).