A monochrome black-and-white look is the quickest way to throw an outfit together, because chances are the most timeless pieces in your closet come in these foolproof non-colors. Here are eight simple ensembles from Bela Padilla to help you decide what you're going to wear today!


1. Classic head-to-toe black turns current via a cool leather mini and tee combo.

Plus, a pair of on-trend sock boots.

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2. Pull the very en vogue chunky sneaker off by teaming it with fuss-free pieces.

Those Louis Vuitton Archlights we've been coveting are on Bela's feet, too! 

3. You can never go wrong with a striped sundress and a red pout. 

Oh, and we adore those earrings! So retro!

4. Let your logo of choice speak for itself against a backdrop of jeans and a plunging neckline.

Note how the shirt's deep-V actually points down to those interlocking Gs. 

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5. Now for something sweet. 

Bela's billowy white frock is a dress in front and a high-slit top from the side! Gotta love an element of surprise.


6. For something casual-chic, tuck a cool, white statement tee into black pants.

Top off your look with a pair of glasses or shades (if you want a more summer-ready option).

7. Here's a youthful but edgy look! 

Go for kawaii-inspired hair and pair it with a sultry black top with a sweetheart neckline and all the funky black accessories.

8. Give the illusion of length by wearing an all-black ensemble from H2T. 

Accessorize with a scarf to add a sophisticated touch.

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This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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