No matter how many trends come and go, black pieces will remain in our closets. Amid the cheerful colors of the holidays, there’s still room to wear the somber color at parties or a night at home.
In the past week, we spotted our #TeamPreenPH girls updating their black basics with on-trend pieces that gave us some ideas on how to wear the color this season.
Casual cool is always the name of the game for Jess. She paired her ripped black jeans and with a sleeveless white coat so she can transition from the mall to the club in no time. Do the same thing with this Raw Edge Sleeveless Jacket (P3,000) from Topshop so you can nail seasonal dressing even in our tropical weather.
Seconds before dripping chocolate gelato on my white skirt. A photo posted by Saabelly & #JoeyBear (@saabmagalona) on Dec 4, 2015 at 2:31am PST
Instead of going for your usual pair of jeans, make like Saab and tuck in your long-sleeved black shirt in a dainty skirt like this Contemporary Pleated A-Line skirt (P1,250) from Forever 21.
Forever 21. Available at SM City North EDSA, SM Makati, SM Fairview, and SM Aura. For a complete list of stores and more information, visit their website.
Of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without consulting Religion Black blogger Tina. She went for the devil-may-care vibe by pairing her black flared pants with a denim vest. It screams ’90s chic ll over. You can cop her style with this Bershka Oversized Studded Denim Vest (P2,100). Bershka. Available at SM Aura and SM Mega Fashion Hall. For a complete list of stores and more information, visit their website.
note to self never wear a turtleneck in manila. welcome to this humid country Calvin Klein Platinum. A photo posted by Martine Cajucom (@ilovemartine) on Dec 4, 2015 at 2:12am PST
If you don’t want to wear all black but would still like to exude a sophisticated vibe, pair your tight black pants with a gray top. You’ll look sleek in your approach to the #allblackeverything style. You can do as Martine did last week with this Long Top (P795) from Stradivarius.