Monochrome fashion
Thursday, 17 January 2013

Seeing black and white

Step out of the shadows and into the new collection of graphic, ultra-modern monochrome

Written by Katy Pearson
The Swinging Sixties style is back for spring, and the high street is positively teeming with monochrome.

Whether you choose striking stripes, a Peter Pan collar or dogtooth check, keep it chic in just black and white.

This two-tone trend is easy – who doesn’t own something black? – and marvellously Mod-ernistic.

It’s serious style off the (grey) scale…

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