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IF YOU COULD ONLY BUY JUST ONE PIECE

One of the most wearable trends for spring is the pairing of black and white. Whether done as stripes, color-blocks or patterned prints, black and white combos are in. The great news is you can start incorporating this trend into you wardrobe now, with items you already own or have purchased for the coming season. This Tibi shift dress, for instance, is a perfect transitional piece. Wear it now with wool tights, black ankle boots and a black coat. The leather keeps it from feeling too summery. Wear it later with bare legs and pumps or strappy, high-heeled sandals. Or, try this less pricey version by ASOS.

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WHERE TO BUY

TIBI Amelie paneled dress, tibi.com 

HEAD TO TOE DAY TO NIGHT

A pair of striped trousers is a great way to experiment with the black and white trend.

And with temperatures heading into the 50s and even 60s by the week’s end, this lightweight viscose pair by Zara is weather appropriate. Pair with a sleeveless silk blouse like this collared version by Equipment. It’s super versatile—great for the office with trousers or paired with jeans for the weekend. Go all out with the trend by wearing a black or white blazer, bag and shoes. Or, try a bright cobalt blue jacket for a look that’s very on-point.  Evening-worthy silver accessories like this quirky “picnic bag” clutch and Gianvito Rossi black-trimmed pumps complement the cool-toned jacket and work well with black and white. Pair with modern jewelry like these safety pin earrings by Tom Binns and this lightning bolt ring by Diane Kordas.

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WHERE TO BUY

1. TOM BINNS Bejeweled safety pin earring, kirnazabete.com 

2. EQUIPMENT Sleeveless slim signature button-down top, shopbop.com 

3. PIXIE MARKET Black lapel cobalt blazer, pixiemarket.com 

4. ZARA Printed striped trousers, zara.com 

5. GIANVITO ROSSI Pump in silver and black, forwardforward.com 

6. DIANE KORDAS Lightning bolt 18-karat rose gold ring, net-a-porter.com 

7. MARIE TURNOR ACCESSORIES The picnic clutch, shopbop.com 

 

HEAD TO TOE WEEKEND CASUAL LOOK

 

Adding pops of white and animal prints to denim looks is an effortless way to tap into the black and white trend.

A pair of white androgynous loafers or brogues will prove to be invaluable this spring/summer—the crisp color and shape make them versatile enough to wear with jeans, skirts, and even dresses. But, this week we love it paired with slouchy boyfriend jeans and an all-black lightweight knit sweater. We love this one by Club Monaco—the leather collar makes it look modern.  For this week’s slightly cool temperatures, finish off this mod look with a coat in a zebra stripe or even in leopard. This look is a perfect example of getting in on the black and white trend and being comfortable without having to revamp your entire wardrobe. Best of all, this outfit shows how you can dress for the weather right now in a fashionable way. Just swap the brogues for all-white pumps (or these) to make this outfit perfect for a night out.

 
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WHERE TO BUY

1. CLUB MONACO Riley leather collar sweater, clubmonaco.com 

2. CURRENT/ELLIOTT The boyfriend cropped jeans, net-a-porter.com 

3. ZARA Zebra pattern jacquard coat, zara.com

4. RAG & BONE Brogue oxfords, shopbop.com 

5. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Gold-tone Swarovski crystal skull bracelet, net-a-porter.com

6. HOUSE OF HARLOW 1960 Chelsea sunglasses, zappos.com 

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