As you can probably tell from previous outfit posts I pretty much stick to a monochromatic palette when dressing.
I have always been a black on black kind of girl, some might say it's predictable, others might say it's from growing up in Melbourne where black is the uniform, but I feel black and white tones are just far more sleek.
I'll do black on black, white on white and black and white and never anything else.
Now don't even begin to think that's boring coz it aint.
It means you end up with a wardrobe of interchangeable pieces and rarely ever find yourself glaring at your wardrobe and professing you have nothing to wear.
Even better, it forces you to invest in a variety of materials, cuts, shapes, and textures and to play with this by mixing it all up when styling your outfits.
Now that I'm more than comfortable with my style (it takes a while to truly find what your comfortable in and I feel it's better to do that then trying to always dress for trends) I know what suites me but because I'm working with a minimal palette I'm also a bit more daring when it comes to my choices.
I have been dressing quite androgynous lately and it's quite freeing not to worry about feeling feminine, therefore I have been choosing alot of shapeless oversized pieces as of late and one of my most recent investments has me even more in love with doing it like a dude.
Now, dressing androgynous doesn't ensue you have to lose your edge, you can still toughen up your look and give it that fasshuun that only a girl would, it just means paring it back a little.
My below outfit shows where I'm at at the moment, leathers and oversized shapes paired with simple jewellery.
I'm especially loving my new septum ring Asos additions ala Givenchy.
Topshop Unique jumper
Topshop mesh jersey t-shirt
Mossman leather pants
Asos septum nosering
Equip gold choker
Estelle Deve shark tooh ring
Karen Walker delicate skull ring
H&M assorted plain band rings