Androgynous, black & white

Androgynous dressing in black & white is a classic, not a trend. They style is continuously going in and out of fashion, usually helped by a movie or an outstanding personality in entertainment or music. I got inspired by Madonna while attending a MDNA tour concert the other day. She rocks the white men’s shirt, black masculine–tailored trousers, high heels and red lips.

This is how I want to dress androgynous:

androgynous and monochrome styleboard

White shirt from Stella McCartney
Masculine-cut trousers from Mango
Cameo necklace from Lanvin
Studded slingback sandal from Valentino
Le Vernis nail colour Rouge noir from Chanel (Mia Wallace/Uma Thurman´s signature colour in Pulp Fiction, 1994).


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