Monochrome Magic

I think an monochrome pattern is something that’s easily forgotten and definitely taken for granted. Sometimes I don’t realise how valuable a simple black and white piece of clothing can be, it’s like a short cut to effortless and chic style. Anything monochrome immediately reminds me of Audrey Hepburn and old school Givenchy. I spotted this dress during a last minute shop in Marks and Spencer, which I only usually go into for their amazing food. However, while shopping through their clothing section and taking a few minutes to drool over the 10ft post of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, I realised that M&S isn’t as fuddy-duddy as I assumed. The clothes in there were so stylish! And high quality is always what I look for, which M&S never fails to deliver. I found a few items I liked but with the tight budget I currently sit on, I unfortunately couldn’t buy it all. I did find this dress that was in the sale, and loved it. I like that the dress has such a simple design, and follows the skater style that’s one of my favourites. I think the check pattern on the dress stands out more than some of the brightest items in my closet, making a magical monochrome moment. I tied this dress with my teeny tiny purse and my very favourite heels to finish the look.

Dress – M&S

Shoes – Next

Bag – Topshop