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Fashionista NOW: Back To Black Fashion Inspiration

Black looks good on most people. The color of non-color is a favorite among many; from young emo teens, punk sweethearts, rockstar chicks and stylish young women to your sweet grandmamas out there.

I’ve not met anyone who has issues with wearing black clothing but I’m not suggesting turning into a person whose wardrobe consists of only black unless that’s how you roll then that’s your prerogative!

A full-on black outfit can be styled to appear dark and broody almost perfect as a wearable extension for Halloween or sleek, chic and stylish perfect for a casual day out or as you go about doing official work.

The versatility of black peeks through in that it is the safest yet elegant choice for the most part.

Wearing black isn’t something that you have to really think about. It sets the tone of your outfit and anything non-black added into your mix will add a pinch of interest without taking away much from the dark and mysterious color.

When you’re all donned up in a black get-up, there’s no limitation to what you can do with makeup. The black of your outfit will never compete with whatever vibrant color that you choose to sport on your lips or eyes. Just go easy on the blush, we don’t find clown makeup that attractive, right?

With a complete black number, you can incorporate pieces that carry different textures like lace, knitted material, sheer or chiffon just to tease a bit of edge out of all that mind-spinning blackness.

Here are some of the stylish lookbookers in their black outfits to show how you can make black clothing fun again.

My wardrobe used to look like a light-bending black hole. What an emo lass I was. Ladies, when did you start wearing black like a serious obsession? Share below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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