Fashion Friday: Black & White

Although I love to rock bright colors and loud prints, it can be just as fun to wear a classy outfit for a night out on the town or even just to the office. And when I want that perfect mix of modern and retro, this is what I look for. In this week’s post you’ll see some sophisticated fashions in the most classic color combination—black and white!

When I imagine my perfect black and white ensemble a few words that come to mind are elegant, chic, and stylish. This particular color combination is making a comeback this season, as it is being seen on many different designers’ runways. To make the most of this color arrangement, you could wear houndstooth, polka dot or striped patterns with either black or white as the background and the other as the accent color! But wearing a patterned ensemble is definitely not the only way to look fashionable in this color combination!

Finding items to create your own black and white outfit should be easy, as most women have staple pieces in those colors in their wardrobes already! A black pencil skirt and white button-up shirt is one combo that can be both tasteful at the office and sexy at happy hour!

Here are some sassy, sexy and sophisticated jackets, dresses and tops from the LightInTheBox Fashion Collection…what do you think of this trend?


1) Striped Trench Coat

2) Fur Jacket

3) Tweed Blazer

4) Ruffle Party Dress

5) Houndstooth Dress

6) Star Print Skirt

7) Chiffon Blouse

8) Black & Gold Earrings

9) Striped Scarf

10) Rhinestone Evening Bag

11) Patent Leather Pumps

12) Button Ankle Boots

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