“Wear something black.” – Fiona Goode said on the hit show, American Horror Story: Coven, wherein witches roam around the world in their chic black outfits lurking about mysteriously like any other socialite, editor, and designers.
Wearing black from head to toe, regardless of any pop of color, can be very captivating [and can elevate one to icon status. Hello Audrey Hepburn]. Unless you are Kelly Cutrone, you do not simply wear all black on a daily basis which is why this very riveting sense of grooming has to be carried with confidence and knowledge.
Wear what you want, whatever, but it would make a much higher impact as to when a look is well though about. Carelessly selecting the items to wear in an all-black outfit might lead to you either looking like you are mourning or you are an outdated goth royalty.
Under the influence of the1975 (band), my need for black pieces of garments in my closet is more than just material, it’s carnal. I’d like to believe that no one lives without something black in his/her closet. Unless we dated back to being 70s disco chameleons or one of the Chanels and the douchebag characters in Scream Queens (fave), black is a closet staple. It’s a sin to not have something black in your stash.
Having said everything, did I contradict any statements I’ve written? Jot your answers on the comment section below.
Outfit details: T-shirt and Crop-sleeved overcoat (thrifted); Jeans from Oxygen; Shoes from Cotton On