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White And Black Dominates Pastel In This Year's Spring Collection

White And Black Dominates Pastel In This Year’s Spring Collection

Over the weekend I was enjoying the hot sun with a few friends here in Santa Clarita, when I brought up how excited I was that black and white is the newest trend this spring.

I began to ramble about how many different ways I could play with this style, when I suddenly noticed their expressions upon their faces. It was definitely a “seriously?” kind of look. I was a little shocked that they hadn’t already heard how quickly black and white fashion was spreading, but they frowned and said “I’m not too thrilled about dull colors in the spring” however it didn’t take long for them to change their minds, one picture from the Misses Dressy blog was enough.


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Then they laughed a bit because they knew I was right. Nodding their heads in approval I continued to share more and despite a wide age spread and a big span in their own personal fashion taste, they all were in unison.

While black and white might seem boring and dull, guess what… nothing is classier and with the right accents, black and white can become a real head turner.

This spring season is full of transformation, models are now strutting the runways wearing a diversity of black and white opposed to the soft-hues many collaborate with this time of year.  

From runway to retail this brilliant balance of black and white is a sleek and simple look that is blazing this season. While cute colors alternate,
the classic black and white has remained valued. This polished look can be mixed with several different angles of prints and graphics creating the perfect blend between two opposite tones, Imagine vintage photography and the many elements of black and white, it’s a beautiful and time-honored trend.


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The combinations of black and white make it so easy to play with the patterns and textures. It is no wonder that tons of celebrities such as, Beyonce and Jessica Alba have been seen showing off this latest fad at significant red carpet events, it’s a fun geometric look. The classic tones are nearly effortless to accessorize. Style it with a hint of color or keep it simple, there is so much room for creativity with this newest rage.

In a world where it is difficult to match there is a comfort with the modern black and white, particularly when detailed in stripes, frames, and structures that are appealing to the body. Graphic black and white is cool and compelling, but never over the top loud. This timeless color combo is seriously chic and perfect for work and the weekend; regardless of age or body-type you can’t go wrong.

After seeing the pictures, my friend’s frowns became smiles. I am beyond stoked to give this look a go, and I’m inspired to have as much fun with it as I can because spring is full of events to show of my classy side and a hint of my lively personality.

There are countless amounts of possibilities to embody this ever-lasting look, wearing it all year round. So bloom with the season and check out these choice picks of black and white Misses Dressy have in store.  

You can see more of the latest trendy fashions by visiting the Misses Dressy website.

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Source: The New Look – Santa Clarita’s Fashion Scene


White And Black Dominates Pastel In This Year’s Spring Collection

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