Now that my wardrobe has gone back to black, it’s safe to say Fall is here. I just can’t help my mood to dress in a darker color palette this season (But isn’t that everyone in New York?). For example, if I am shopping for a sweater and it comes in both winter white and charcoal, I’ll without a doubt go for the darker version. There is just something that feels so right about choosing the latter.
I have heard that wearing all black can show a lack of creativity, which I think is total BS. There are so many ways to make an all black outfit unique by pairing different tones and textures of black together. Let’s say you want to wear leather leggings with a sheer tunic dress layered over a tee. Even though these items may all be the same color, they still take an original thought process to complete the look.
So, I was thrilled to find this black cutout sweater at Artizia last week because of the open front design. By the way—the cutout is actually supposed to be the back—which I flipped around to make a more interesting top. I have been seeing tops that take the plunge like this a lot lately, especially tees cut in a DIY fashion. All black outfit or not, getting creative with your look is more dependent on your imagination than the color anyway.
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