When in doubt, wear black and white, even in spring.
Wearing black and white is not boring as one may think it might be. To me, it’s a sign of a classic woman who does not compromise on color or fashion. And black and white can be worn in the spring, contrary to what some may think.
When most think of spring styles, we envision lots of color but I wanted to show how black and white can work for spring too.
The classic color combo is a new obsession of mine for Spring. So imagine my joy when I headed over to Lane Bryant and realized we were both on the same page. I was happily greeted by so many options that I was there for hours. Here’s a look at the styles I fell in love with and hope you fall in love with them just as much.
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I remember people telling me for years that big girls should not wear white. Really? Who created those ridiculous fashion rules anyway? We can wear anything we want and I happen to love wearing white. There is something so beautiful and fresh about this Eyelet Midi Fit & Flare Dress. You can never go wrong with a fit and flare silhouette and in white, it looks crisp and effortless.
It’s no secret that I love wearing dresses, so when I saw the Printed Fit & Flare Dress with 3/4 Sleeves, I had to have it. The silhouette is so pretty (again, fit & flare for the win!) and makes me feel like a princess. It also comes in black, but this print just made me want to twirl all day.
A white pant can be so elegant, even if you are pairing it with a simple top like this Gingham Tee. Gingham is back this spring and this is a great way to try the trend for the first time.
If you have ever had a styling session, you have probably heard this before:
“What’s underneath your clothes determines how a garment looks on you.”
A good fitting bra can make all the difference in the world. I paired Lane Bryant’s new Intuition Uplift Plunge Bra with this classic all black look and it truly made a difference in how the Modernist Blazer looked on me.