50’s 60’s 70’s
Black & White for the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s: With a pop of Color
Quote of the day: “Never doubt that you are more capable than you think.” Linda from Weight Watcher’s Magazine
Since we explored black & white by itself in the first of the series (here), now we get to add some stimulation to the mix! This option is truly endless (and thus easy peasy) as a result that black & white are both neutrals. You can absolutely pair any bright or muted color with it! I’m still using the same black & white pieces from the first post, and will use them again in the next one.
50’s Black & White: Adorning yourself with a bright colored scarf has to be the easiest way for anyone to achieve this pop of color. If it’s too hot for a scarf, try a bright pair of shoes!!
60’s Black & White: Red is a perfect addition to this fusion of black & white. Just one small, red t-shirt can add some life to these pieces!
70’s Black & White: We added the green cardigan over the foundation pieces and even affixed a pin for the cuteness factor. We used to have an old English sheepdog named, Shag, just like the pin!
Thanks for visiting my styling blog! What’s your favorite color to add to this mix?
Photography by Kari Strand Photography.
Now you can check out cardigans in this color scheme: