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Fashionista NOW: Black, White & Red Fashion Inspiration

If black and white are your go-to color palette and you’re looking for a pop of color that is fiery hot and on trend since like forever, here comes RED to spice up the classic mix.

Red paired with the famous neutral fail-proof black and white combo will never be out of date. In fact, ever since last year’s Autumn, the trio colors have been popping up on outfits of celebs and street fashionistas alike.

There’s just too many ways to spin the black, white and red colors in your wardrobe. You can choose to play the red up or keep it as hints of color through accessories, makeup or nail color. If you opt to dazzle by zoning on the hot red as your outfit’s main focus, keep the rest in black and white and your jewelry, minimal.

Ultimately, it is all up to your preference, the kind of red that you wish to wear. Don’t limit yourself to the hot chilly red if you’ve got your eye set on other red shades like burgundy or even pumpkin red!

For a quick tip on how to organize your black, white and red look to ensure that you’re always looking tiptop chic and spot on trend, cast your attention to the looks below:

red pantskirt – Asos

red skinny jeans – April 77

red cross lattice top – Purbelle

sweater – Classified

red ankle strap heels – Zara

red long sweater worn as dress – Choies

red sweater

Do any of these looks tickle your fancy? If not red, what other color would you intro into your black and white outfit? Let me know in the comments!

“I like people-watching and getting inspiration from the unique people who don’t follow any fashion tides. From 12-year-olds who have full freedom, to 86-year-old ladies with a ton of class.”Rila Fukushima

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