Your Week in Fashion: Black & White and Bright All Over

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 Welcome to Your Week in Fashion. Today I have two different things for you. I have six outfits in B&W with Brights. The other item I have for you are some selections from the Chanel Couture Spring 2016 show. It is an attractive line and a very wearable line. It has a lot of mixable pieces. It was designed by Karl Lagerfeld. So let's get to the outfits and then I will leave you to browse through the Chanel line at your leisure.

 
A black dress with side ruching and a top overlay. A white cardigan with leather piping. A black and white polka dot scarf. A black and white handbag. Gold and diamond earrings. And the pop of bright color is the bow tied pumps in crimson.




A black and white dress treated to stripes and flowers in bright colors. A bright yellow cardigan. Yellow flower earrings. A black and gold quilted bag. And black and white flats with a little bow tie.



A gathered skirt in large-scale B&W gingham. A white cardi with little black polka dots. And sandwiched between is a hot pink v-neck top. Black ankle tied flats with pointed toes. Pink ear cuff. Pink print tote. Color blocked suede clutch. Hot pink sunnies.




A black blouse with sheer sleeves. A white side-split skirt splattered with vivid multicolored spots. Black patent handbag and sunnies. Emerald green lace pumps with jeweled detail. Multicolored floral earrings.




Large flowers strewn across white slacks. A cobalt blue top with shoulder detailing. A black knit and chiffon cardigan with a waterfall front. Cobalt blue suede platform shoes with an ankle strap. White and black bag with character detailing. Double ball earrings in black with gold and diamonds.




Black jeggings with zip and button waist. A white lace top with round collar. White flats with black polka dots. A multicolored bag in vivid colors trimmed in black with a large black pom pom detail. Necklace and earrings in cobalt, black and white.




And these are selections from the Chanel Couture Spring 2016 line designed by Karl Lagerfeld. The line seems to be very much in keeping with what Coco herself designed with a modern twist to it.

Well, I hope you enjoyed the outfits and the selections from Chanel. I will be back this Thursday with more digital art for The Digital Gallery. 

I apologize for not being here this past Thursday, but I was recovering from a medical procedure and it took me longer than anticipated. I was unable to work.

See you Thursday,
Judi and the Blue Cat