Check your closet. Your most timeless wardrobe pieces are most probably in white and black! When paired together, these spectum opposites create a sophisticated, polished look every time—the trick is knowing which cut goes well with which. Here are fresh ways to style this fail-proof combo: 


1. Take your black suit outside the office! Break up its formal vibe by wearing a white T-shirt underneath your blazer. 

2. Here's a casual Friday office outfit idea: Throw on a sharp, white blazer over a black, flowy slip dress. 

FN Tip: If your dress code permits, contrast the formal vibe of your look with a pair of white sneakers (or flats).

3. Try this easy combo when you run out of things to wear: A casual black shirt with a sleek, white pair of cigarette pants (or vice-versa). 

It's one way to dress up a tee! 

4. On laid-back weekends, why not use your white button-down shirt as a cover-up for your sleeveless dresses... 

You can try this look on your next trip abroad, too!  


5. ...Or simply tuck it into a black denim skirt for a classy, off-duty look?

6. Ground a white outfit with a pair of black, minimalist heels or slip-ons to look a bit edgy.

7. Meanwhile, white shoes can easily liven up an all-black outfit.

8. Heading out of town? Stay presko in a white, sleeveless  top paired with a black, button-down midi skirt.

Finish the look with neutral-colored shoes to break up the monotone ensemble.

9. A white button-down shirt with black shorts make another casual yet classy weekend look.

10. Mix off-shoulder pieces with tailored trousers for a dainty take on white-and-black OOTDs.


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