50’s 60’s 70’s
Black & White for the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s: With another Neutral
The black & white combination theme continues, and today I explore it with another neutral. This is a great option for those of you somewhat afraid of color. The addition of a neutral helps break up the monotony of the black and white outfit, still keeping it subdued while adding interest (whew—what hard work it does).
Quote of the day: “Taking a step backward after taking a step forward is not a disaster; it’s more like a cha-cha.” Debbie from Weight Watcher’s Magazine
My neutral of choice for these foundation pieces is tan! My favorite piece of this whole kit and kaboodle is the necklace!!
Skirt: Ann Taylor ~~Sweater: Jones Wear~~Blouse: Chicos ~~Blazer: Ambition ~~Boots: American Eagle ~~Necklace: ~~Earrings:
Nancy’s Black & White Outfit:
This cardigan is by itself unusual, thus making it easy to switch up the outfits by putting on a different shirt underneath!
Jeans: Chico~~Cardigan: Curio ~~Shirt: Limited~~Shoes: Me Too~~Necklace: ~~Earrings:
Here’s a perfect time to pull out the animal print shoes! I actually replaced the buttons on this cardigan for mom to make it more charming!
Jeans: Eric Jeans ~~Blouse: Notations ~~Cardigan: Talbott ~~Shoes: Lifestyle ~~Earrings:
Photography by Kari Strand Photography.
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