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  • Writer's pictureHannah Applequist

Classic Black and White

Updated: Feb 13, 2020

What is more classic than a black and white look? As a musician, I have a TON of black and white in my wardrobe, as that is what I am required to wear for most gigs. I have worn a lot of it lately since there have been so many performances! I thought that I would do something a little different today and share some of my looks from the past couple weeks that I just quickly shot in the mirror before going on to the next activity. All three of these looks are unique and so great for fall and winter!

Look #1:

Shop the Look: similar dress here, here, or here, Chicwish Inspiration of Bow Shirt in Cream , similar here or here, tights here, similar boots here or here, Pearl Hair Clip

I shot this look before running to our second gig in Lindsborg last weekend, and I think this one is my favorite of the three. It is so cute and is giving me Wednesday Addams vibes! It could be a great Halloween outfit as well as a normal October look. This dress, from Gap, has been in my closet for a couple years. I love its simple cut and velvet fabric. I added this perfect bow blouse from Chicwish. Layering tops under or over dresses is such an adorable silhouette!

Look #2:

Shop the Look: similar dress here, here, and here, Sam Edelman Kalia Tall Kitten Heel Boot, similar here, Pearl Hair Clips

This western inspired look has also been in my closet for a while. I purchased this dress from Kate Spade and it has been one of my favorites for a couple years now. See how I styled it last fall when I was just starting out my blog here! I love adding tall boots to a midi skirt. Not only is the silhouette in style right now, but it is also super warm and comfy!

Look #3:

Shop the Look: similar top here, here, or here, Who What Wear Paperbag Pants Cream Denim, similar here, Lulus Kaylie Black Square Toe High Heeled Sandals, similar here or here, similar scrunchie here or here, Slate Shelbie Studs, similar here

I styled this look a couple weeks ago and loved getting to play with volume in different ways! I based the look off of this buffalo check top from Gap, since it had been sitting in my closet for quite some time and I hadn't found the right look for it yet. I love its statement print and sleeves, and added a pair of paper bag waist jeans from Target to play on the volume of the sleeves. To finish off the look, I wore some strappy sandals from Lulus that contrasted the other items in the outfit and gave it some polish!


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