Despite the fact that my closet is brim full of color, I do have quite a lot of black and white, especially if the black and white items feature bold stripes or bold, graphic patterns like my dress for today. The beauty of black and white is that it's a great canvas to offset a pop of color. On this particular occasion I decided to go for a pop of greenish yellow, which Louis Vuitton calls "pistache". For a finishing touch, I topped off this geometric print with a geometric necklace, which, to be honest, almost blends in because it's comprised of triangular shapes, just like the print on the dress.
Now I think I am all set to go off to party at The Factory like Edie Sedgwick, or maybe just get some lunch with my husband. Lunch is more my speed, but it's always fun to use clothing as a way to, for a moment, travel to different decades or embody a persona that is a bit different than yours!
Dress: ASOS similar print with floral here and similar shift silhouette here
Shoes: J. Crew "Lillian" wedges similar here
Bag: Louis Vuitton "Marly" in Pistache
Necklace: H&M similar here
Watch: Dubey & Schaldenbrand Carre Cambre Grande Date
Sunglasses: Illesteva Leonard II