Maryse sure knows how to rock some black! We're exploring a wide variety of her monochrome looks today. Her first looks was one of my favorites of this set (though it's tough to pick favorites from Maryse's continual run of stellar style :)). It's a dotted romper that blends playfulness and polish. I love that she completed the look with silver pointy pumps, instead of more expected black. The touch of shine elevates this look and makes it pop. Next up is a laidback gem. Maryse paired a black tee with skinny denim. She gave the outfit a dose of panache with a statement jacket: a slightly cropped, boxy band-style piece that is utterly divine. Leather OTKs finish the ensemble with a shot of fierce. I adored Maryse's "No Autographs" tee the instant I saw it, but I love it even more now, seeing the close-up. It's not just a sassy slogan ; the letters are ringed by crystals. How deliciously glam! Put this with skinny jeans, a leather pencil skirt, cut-off denim, a midi tulle skirt - I'm in for all of it!
Maryse takes black formal with this LBD. Crossed front straps create the illusion of a choker - it's such a fun way to nod to that trend without being tied to it! Marsye echoes that pattern in an interesting way with her gorgeous Louboutin cross-strap heels. The whole ensemble is simple, powerful and so chic! She goes back to casual for the last black-on-black look. It's similar to her statement jacket+OTK one above, but she swaps the military-style piece for a knit one, embellished with a hint of hardware. The black tee and leggings are still there, but she adds some flair with a fringed scarf at her neck and goes with flat, lace-up OTKs instead of heels. I love this whole look - it's a 101 course in how to be casual without looking careless or haphazard. Reason #659846956 why I love Marsye *admiring sigh*
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Brie: shoe-lover :) fashion-lover and generally glamorous semi-dork
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