Black & Navy

Hey dolls! So I'm sure we've all heard that old fashioned rule which states that black and navy shouldn't be worn together right? For a long time I actually followed this rule and thought mixing black and navy was a fashion faux pas but rules are meant to be broken and as a fashion rebel I chose to mix a navy blue crepe cami with my black leather runner shorts and I actually liked the end result.  I kept the accessories quite minimal and within the colour palette withsome black   lace up sandals, a black faux leather clutch, a silver choker and some leopard print cat-eye sunnies! I'm sure you can tell this little shoot was an impromptu one but I do hope you guys like it nonetheless. what are some fashion rules that you think should be broken? Toodles!
Cami - USC Fashion (similar) | Leather Shorts - Ebay (Boohoo alternative) | Sandals - River Island (similar) | Clutch - Primark | Sunglasses - Ebay 
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True true.Rules are meant to be broken clearly because you look great in the outfit

Tashpantz K says:

Thanks Hun! Following you on bloglovin xx

Tashpantz K says:

Thanks doll! Followed you on blogloving xx

Laura M says:

This color match is just awesome! Great post!
Let's keep in touch/ want to follow each other?

Hilary Young says:

You look amazing! I am obsessed with your top it's simple yet so chic, thanks for sharing. Do you want to support each other's blog by following each other?:) Please let me know if you do so I can follow you right back x


Arthurs mum says:

Love this outfit! I think as long as you can style it right navy and black work really well together! Jane x

Tashpantz K says:

I don't know when this rule came up but it sucks and is outdated! I quite like the combination too! Thanks for passing by xx

Anicheberry says:

When did this rule come up! Omg I just love the combination of navy and black and cannot imagine how it could not work! Your outfit is a clear sign of that! You look amazing! I think fashion is taking a great direction and old rules are fast becoming non-existent. It's refreshing to see how fashion is interpreted in so many different ways, these days.

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