Style Shots – Monochrome chic!!

Hey guys.. I am so glad to revive my Style Shots section and I am hoping that now onwards it would be a more regular feature on my blog. 
Black & White – 2 completely opposite colors of a spectrum, yet have the power to manifest the most timeless, fairly effortless,  simple and most elegant style. This monochrome classic look has been in trend from the time fashion was born and is & will always remain a fashion favorite. Remember Coco Chanel!!  and her love for B&W.
I have too much of black and white in my wardrobe which I take out when I need a palette cleanser to take a break from all the colorful trends. I particularly love these black BEBE jeans which fit me perfectly and help me achieve a leaner look :-) With these Steve Maddens I feel I can conquer the world cos they give me so much confidence. Accessorizing a simple outfit can make a whole lot of difference to the whole look. I got inspired by some Parisian street style and created one with this outfit. Added a hint of color through my glitter nails :-)) My take on Monochrome Parisian Chic. Hope you like it.

Bag : Coccinelle, Cap : Colaba market, Shirt : Zara, Knit Vest : Only, Jeans : Bebe, Necklaces : Curio cottage, Shoes : Steve Madden 

Photographs by Jaina Kumar

Hope you all enjoyed the feature

For more of my style shots
Shades of Grey
Cluster of Pearls
Pretty in Pastels
Bling it On
Beauty & the Britto

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9 thoughts on “Style Shots – Monochrome chic!!”

  1. Black is a black is a black and it has been portrayed so beautifully in your style shots. Its a classic and will remain so. Red ,blue…..can never be the black. Thanks for giving us some great style tips and please increase the frequency of your Style shot series.

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