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Classic Black and White Work Outfit Ideas

If you’re searching for something stylish, trendy and ladylike with charm, then the classic black and white outfits are exactly what you’re looking for. While some people might think that black and white combinations are boring and that what you need to pull off a gorgeous outfit are popping colours.

Well, the striking contrast between these two hues is so thrilling that once you take your time to pair them, you’ll find that it’s quite chic and makes for an edgy fashion to rock anytime.

Pulling off a fabulous ensemble is easier when you’re working with just two colours. Colour blocking and exciting colours are always cool, but there are times loud isn’t all it takes to make a fashion statement and being as minimal as possible could make you stand out simultaneously.

Black and white outfits are simple, yet sharp enough for the office, and eye-catching enough for evening outings, you can just about rock them at any given occasion. All you have to do to keep them from looking drab and becoming bland is modifying these classic shades in modern ways.

Check out some chic ways to stun in black and white

White pants give off a sense of luxury and style. A black body-hugging top paired with a white palazzo pant. Finish the look by adding a statement necklace or sunglasses. It’s a good option for a sophisticated outfit.

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The pencil high waist skirt will give you a strong, confident vibe. The high waist will give the illusion of wide hips and give you a thinner look. A white sleeveless top looks pretty sweet when styled with a high-waist pencil skirt giving you a soft touch as well.

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Black and white stripes create a bold look and give you a striking appearance that’s hard to miss. Pencil skirts make your overall outfit sharp and stylish. It can be rocked as a stripe on stripe which is always a daring option, but for a more subdued appearance, you can go for a simple white shirt with it.

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Most people shy away from wearing black and white, probably because it comes up looking like a uniform in some cases, however, if paired rightly eliminates that. A black denim jean is a style staple every woman should have in her wardrobe, as they are not only great for smart-casual but are also perfect for formal occasions. Upgrade your black denim jeans to give it a more flattering vibe by wearing them in a totally black and white ensemble. To make it a little edgy to ensure it doesn’t look like you are wearing a uniform, a white bell sleeve top maintains the exciting appearance.


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Keep it modern and sizzling by rocking the timeless polka dot black and white jumpsuit, complete with strappy black sandals.

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What better way to try the layering technique if not with the classic black and white fashion. A white shirt under a dressy gown, paired with a black and white pump heel makes for the picture-perfect combination.


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Ok, I know I said black and white, but a white graphic top and a black stripe trouser can be updated with a blazer, statement accessories, and pointed-toe red heels, to keep the classic look fun, bright and modern.

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A black and white dress can be bold or understated depending on your choice. For a dressed up appearance go for vibrant patterns. A sleeveless gown can be transformed into professional and fabulous attire, paired with a structured blazer or with a statement belt and strappy heels.

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To rock, the classic black and white could be with just a minor detail. You can give your outfit an unmissable feature by wearing an all-white attire and completing the look with black pointed-toe heels.


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Becky Onoise is a psychologist, chocolate junkie, and puppy lover. A writer who is sorry... not sorry about correcting your grammar. She's a word enthusiast and aims to achieve her goals. Instagram handle @mz_berkey

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