Lets face it black can be boring at times specially if you wear it religiously like I do. This is why you have to learn how to play with different textures, materials and silhouettes to show the different shades of black.
For my second PFW day I chose different materials such as wool (jacket), cotton (tank), denim (drainpipes), leather(tote and skirt) and acrylic(tank) in order to avoid a flat black number. Also, I played with different patterns like stamped alligator (tote), leather strips (shoes), solids (jacket, pants and skirt) and knits (shirt) to liven up the ensemble. To create a modern silhouette I wore my fierce black asymmetrical three-quarter cape jacket which can be worn several ways. So far, I've managed to create five different looks. I'm sure I will discover new looks next time I use it. And to keep my look clean and simple I abstained from wearing any jewelry or any form of burloloy (Tagalog slang for gaudy or excessive accessorizing).
Jacket - 5 centimetre / Shirt - Zara / Apron - Hope Stockholm / Jeans - April 77
Heels - Rad Hourani / Tote - Celine
Extreme close-up of my Rad Houranis
I just realized that I got the pieces (that I'm wearing) from different cities...I'm sure you can tell that I shop wherever I go...
Jacket - 5 centimetre (5cm Hong Kong)
Shirt - Zara (Zara Manila)
Apron - Hope (Hope Stockholm)
Jeans - April 77 (Denimbar San Francisco)
Heels - Rad Hourani (RA Antwerp)
Tote - Celine (Celine Paris)