In case you haven’t already noticed, black and white cutout dresses and lace tops, skirts are all the rage. This is true for festival attire, casual looks and even celebrity red carpets. Instead of plunging necklines and nearly naked clothing, it’s de rigeour to flash tiny bits of skin instead. It’s still a little racy without being overtly over the top.
Another good thing about monochrome outfits is how simple it is to make a statement by adding another color, especially if it’s bright. An all-pink outfit may look ridiculous, but when it’s just a bright pink bag with all white clothes, it’s a soft and feminine look. Anyone can pull this off. It may not be bold but it sure is beautiful.
This year, we’re seeing floral prints like never before. Sure, they come out in droves each year without fail, but they’re just a little more vibrant this time. These are not your grandmama’s fave spring dresses. These dresses are more like works of art – paintings you wouldn’t be surprised to see hanging at a museum. The best way to style an outfit like this would be to add a bit of color blocking, whether its your shoes or your bag. Don’t overdo it though. If you’ve picked up a vibrant pair of heels, keep your bag subdued in a way only a classically elegant bag like the Essential Grace Leather Bag can be.