Actress Kerry Washington shows us how a black and white ensemble is far from boring. She plays up this classic color (or non-color) combo with a printed skirt and a suede jacket for texture. We found similar items all for for under $100 too! Here’s how to get this Kerry Washington celebrity look for less.
Black and white statement skirt
I think every woman should own a black and white skirt because it is an easy piece to style. It’s perfect for pairing with your neutral tops and also with brights when you want to wear color. This Max Studio skirt available at Neiman Marcus Last Call, has a gorgeous geometric pattern and a banded top to cinch in your waist. Pair it with heels for a dressed up look or with sandals for a weekend outfit. Also did I forget to mention it’s only $35.50? Talk about steal of a deal.
The Black sweater and Jacket
Accompany this skirt with a black sweater. This one from Ann Taylor has a scalloped neckline giving it just a hint of unique flare. A suede jacket is such a trendy piece to have in your closet. It’s perfect by itself in the fall and even better for layering in the winter. Most of the time suede jackets retail for over $100. I found this John & Jenn faux suede biker jacket (originally $198) for $41.98! Looking chic and keeping you warm doesn’t need to be so expensive after all.
Statement Handbag and Shoes
This half-moon pouch on sale at Banana Republic isn’t your basic clutch. With laser-cut detail, this bag is far from ordinary. Slip on your Rangoni by Amalfi slingback sandals (another amazing deal for only $29.98) made of a printed embossed leather and you will be sure people’s heads turn in your direction.
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See more of Rachel’s Celebrity Looks For Less including Jessica Alba Borrowed From The Boys and Fashion Editor Look for Less: Zanna Roberts Rassi in Pleats and Plaid.
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