Over the last few weeks, I’ve watched a string of black and white movies. Witty dialogue, slapstick comedy, and brilliant acting are some of the hallmarks of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The fashion is exquisite with fine tailoring and jaunty hats. As a child, I assumed the actors wore black and white clothes since there was no reason to wear color when no one could see it. While this is obviously not the case, dressing in this simple color palette makes me feel like a film star. It, also, just so happens that black and white is a major trend this spring offering the perfect opportunity to channel your favorite, classic, film star.
Madewell Tailored Minidress in Black Dot
Motel Sarah Dress In Polka Dot
McQ Alexander McQueen Black and White Zebra Tiger Dress by McQ