Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

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Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Spring Trend: Black + White
By: Nicole Nguyen

In the spring, it’s easy to hesitate jumping on the runway trends. After all, the past few seasons have been all about the blindingly bright prints and over-the-top embellishments. This season has redefined fresh, largely forgoing the typical neon and pastel and replacing it with the classic contrast of black and white. Now this is a trend I can really get behind. This trend is so truly fresh because everyone can wear black and white and translate it into their personal style. Go beyond the standard black top and white bottoms or vice versa. The fun of this trend is really mixing the two from head to toe to create a true contrast creation. Check out the stunning runway looks below followed by a few more-wearable every day looks. How would you pair black and white to reflect your spring style?

Runway | Marc Jacobs | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Runway | Stripe Pattern | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Runway | Closeup | Details | Sheer Top | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Lace Bib | Runway | Modeling | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Asymmetrical | Runway | Model | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Striped Dress | Pattern | Runway Model | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Backstage | Runway Show | Fashion Models | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Street Style | Two Women | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Railroad Tracks | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Asian Model | Big Glasses | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

France | Model | Street Style | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

Gold Ankle | High Heels | Style Guide | Black & White | Spring Trend

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Written by: Nicole Nguyen

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About Jon Peters

Jon Peters is a graduate of the University of South Florida, where he majored in marketing.

Raised in Tampa, Jon has spent most of his life in the bay area but considers North Carolina to be a second home. He is obsessed with Twitter, Bravo, and pictures of dessert on Pinterest. In his spare time, he likes to throw Frisbee with his two Bull Terriers and explore the local shops and restaurants around town.

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