watch I definitely don’t wear black often. In fact, I usually gravitate towards earth tones like shades of browns, blues, and greens. Sometimes, I might even inject a pop of color if I feel like switching things up.
http://curemito.org/estorke/2181 Lately, I’ve been receiving questions about how to make a statement with your outfit. Fortunately, that’s something I can talk about for days because I’ve been doing just that for years!
enter site I already shared some ways on how to make a statement by wearing bolder fabrics. However, if you want to make a statement with less, you can always try a monochromatic look like this all navy outfit or something more casual like this all black look.
All Black Everything
http://fgsk.de/?kraevid=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-reportage&398=8d In my opinion, rocking all black has always been synonymous with making statements. Civil rights heroes like Huey P. Newton and members of The Black Panthers come to mind.
http://highschool.isq.edu.mx/cr45/595/assets/js/4260 However, wearing all black has also been known for exuding class and sophistication. Mahershala Ali, who was one of the best dressed men at the Oscars definitely comes to mind as well.
here Whether you’re “dressing up” or dressing more casually, wearing all black can be an quick go-to move if you want to make a statement and look great, without putting in a lot of effort.
source site Like I said earlier, I usually stick with earth tones but I figured if I’m going to actually wear black I might as well go all in and wear all black. However, the focus was to make sure that the jacket stood out on it’s own!
diclofenac 75 mg dr tablets Another thing to consider when going with a monochromatic look is to not worry about wearing the exact same shade of the color.
albendazole 400 mg dosis For instance, the jacket, t-shirt, and jeans are definitely not the same shade of black (mainly because they are different textures) but I was still able to create a simple and cohesive, all black outfit!
As always, thanks for reading and please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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This post is in collaboration with Jack Threads but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.