I have two basic black shirts of good quality. The fabric is pretty sturdy and doesn't need ironing. Best of all, I got them for free! I received them about seven years ago as part of office uniform set in my previous work. I still carry and wear them until today, so they last practically forever.
I don't particularly like wearing a black shirt, I much prefer white one. Not because of what the experts say, but because of personal preference. However, I also love to use things up and make do with everything I've already had instead of buying new or letting clothes piling up and sitting collecting dust in the dark corner of my wardrobe. Here I will share several ways how I mix and match a black shirt. It's super easy. You can get creative, frugal and have fun at the same time remixing it.
Wear it with all black and throw on some gold and silver accessories like I did in this post.
Black lace skirt (similar here)
Add some other basic color like khaki to create a classic, timeless look like in this post..
Pair it with burst of colors and bold patterns for a fun and whimsical look like this post here.
Black, white and red combination has stood the test of time and can never go wrong like what I wore in this post. Missoni inspired.
Chevron black and white vest (similar here)
Red belt (similar here)
Vintage also goes well with a basic black shirt. Don't believe me? Well, look how I paired it with this vintage, ultra feminine, pale lemon yellow, billowy skirt from my Mom's closet. You can see it in this post.
Lemon flare skirt (similar here)
This trusty little staple even goes well with sequins! Check it out here in this post.
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