October 28th, 2013
Looks

Head to Toe

Back in Black

Yesterday morning, after I’d pulled this post together, I opened the Style Section in the New York Times and had a confirming moment when I saw Bill Cunningham’s On the Street entitled Inky. We’ve had a cold snap, and like a cashmere blanket, comfort food, and sleeping in my childhood bedroom, wearing black, dark charcoal, and midnight blue make me feel cozy.

Bootie, pea coat, bag, loafer, jeans, pump, coat, duffel, pants, shoulder bag.

SHOP

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MARNI

Shoulder bag

NILI LOTAN

Cashmere sweater

RACHEL COMEY

Cotton trousers

GUCCI

Metallic loafer pumps

ALTUZARRA

Pleated dress

VALENTINO

Tan-go patent pumps

THEORY

Silk-crepe top

GUCCI

Marmont loafers

FRED LEIGHTON

Diamond earrings

LOEWE

Puzzle bag

SEE BY CHLOÉ

Velvet top

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  • Black- timeless, ageless, always elegant and chic.

    melanieOctober 28th, 2013  8:42 AM

     
  • This post made me so happy, Preston!

    I just purchased an inky duffle coat and suede kitten heel boots and I was JUST looking at the image of Kate Moss last week in between rehearsals.

    Sometimes I think I could just live in a fabulous coat, shoes and bag. Who needs the rest? 😉

    Mme DirectriceOctober 28th, 2013  10:51 AM

     
  • Today, I’m head to toe in black and navy…there’s something in the air! 🙂

    AnaOctober 28th, 2013  12:45 PM

     
  • Funny how you never notice someone is always wearing black, until it is pointed out. You focus more on the individual wearing it and their jewelry ,etc. The perfect canvas.

    AprilOctober 28th, 2013  1:12 PM

     
  • I wear a lot of black. Made the mistake of wearing color in Paris, never doing that again….

    AnitaOctober 28th, 2013  1:46 PM

     
  • The image of the back of CBKennedy in all black with pencil skirt, gleaming gorgeous below the knee boots, jacket, stunning fabrics and topknot will forever be imprinted in my mind…

    LindyOctober 29th, 2013  7:37 PM

     
  • Black color, why is it so chic? «Black is the color of chic modernity, sobriety, intellectualism, mourning, sensuality … explains Karen Van Godtsenhoven » MoMu curator at the Fashion Museum in Antwerp. « It is an aesthetic posture which refers to the idea of ​​power(…) In the sixteenth century, fabrics dyed in black were extremely expensive and only rich people could afford it, » says Karen Van Godtsenhoven. Black color quickly became an outward sign of social status. To read more about: http://etvoila.info/black-color-why-is-it-so-chic/

    CecileNovember 4th, 2013  10:30 AM

     

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