Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Monochrome Dress Trends

One of the few trends in women fashion is monochrome dress. Why, because it s one of the most simplest, most chic and fashionable looks that fits any season. Monochrome will certainly catch an attention when it is done well. Yes, each of us ladies wanted to dress up and look brilliant. Most ladies do their best and really they made an effort to find some stylish designer clothing.

Monochrome is easy for creating a fairly effortless travel wardrobe, and it can be given the lift of the moment with a bright accessory taken straight from the latest colour trend chart. Black and white is so simple. One is the very apex of colour, the other the complete absence of colour. You can alternate the all black or all white garments with the opposite contrasting accessories. Something as simple as black and white can make a statement on its own and the contrast in the two colours stand out. The basic art of monochrome was certainly one of the most influential fashion movements of the 20th century, and it seems like designers and the public can’t get enough of the penguin palette.Designer like Donna Karan, normally associated with minimalist and monochrome clothes. Black and white was suddenly one of the chicest combinations the fashion world had ever seen. Maybe that's the reason why monochrome keeps coming back into the High Street year after year because of it's "mystifying" glamour to its minimalism.

Modern monochrome is seen everywhere from runways in New York, Milan and Paris to the side streets of Buenos Aires, Melbourne etc. It is the safest choice for evening outfit for both men and women, and many male friends swear by a simple black suit with a white shirt for a first date.

If you don't have a lot of cash to splash around, black with white monochrome fashion look is classic, and the perfect choice for a good investment piece because it can be worn on so many different occasions and always gives you a simple but chic look. This season in particular, black and white dresses and tunics are in abundance which you can either wear alone, with black leggings or straight or skinny jeans. There are some gorgeous blouses and skirts around too if you don't want to cover yourself head to toe in monochrome and of

course the look wouldn't be complete without the accessories. Black and white heels can really make a statement on their own and if you really love the monochrome look, you can complete the look with an array of bangles, shoes, belts, handbags and other pieces of jewelery.

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