Hello Irie people! I have a simple outfit post today with a colour combination that I will probably post a few more times! That’s because while trends update and rotate, the base of the outfit is a very classic and timeless combination. It’s that of mixing black and white with a pop of colour!

 

Black and White Pattern updated with Yellow Off Shoulder Top

By now you know how much I’m digging the off-shoulder trend and so I had to update my favourite combination to include it! This is a black and white paisley printed, harem shorts. They’re very soft and comfortable, perfect for the curvy gal like me who needs help to look a little more hippy. These exact shorts are sold out on Amazon where I picked them up, however you can get similar prints in the same cut here.

black and white pattern with yellow pop

The yellow top is also something that’s been in my closet for ages now. However the one below one updates the trend even further to include the drop sleeve, barely attached style. How cute is it?!

You can click on the image to purchase that top for less than $15. Win! Here’s a cute green one with puffy ruffles for added drama! Though it’s not a crop top, you can tuck it in for a sleek look or leave it out for those of us who aren’t keen on tummy baring.

Yass hunny! Isn’t it fierce? I’m definitely loving the mix of the off-shoulder trend with the black and white pattern.

black and white print

Not a short shorts gal?

Mix your bold coloured top with these harem pants in a similar print to get a similar effect. 

I have these exact pants too and they’re so soft and stretchy and versatile! I hope you liked today’s outfit and if you’re inspired to give the look a try, please tag me in it on IG so I can see! You can follow me there @iriediva

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