Celebrity Fashion Trend: Black and White Outfits

Black and white is a timeless color combination. Thanks to the unfussiness and simplicity, they are two of the most popular colors on store racks. They are also colors that most women look good in and can make them stand out without adding any color. From elegant blazers to daring-cut-out dresses and sexy blouses, not only designers but also many beauties in Hollywood are obsessed with the classic combo. It has been a huge hit among celebrities including Victoria Beckham, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Alba and more. You can also see this classic color combination just about everywhere — on the runways and on style bloggers. 


Whether your style is demure and chic or dramatic and bold, there are a wide range of black-and-white outfits that will make your wardrobe pop. Let’s enjoy some pictures of celebrities who participate in the black-and-white trend at a variety of events and awards shows below.

Victoria ‘Posh’ Beckham looked stylish and cool as she checked out fashion store Balenciaga in the Chelsea district of New York City on September 11th, 2012. Heading out for her spring/summer 2013 collection catwalk show, the super stylish mummy looked sleek and sophisticated in a tailored black trousers, featured with a crisp white blouse, fierce black stiletto heels, a large clutch bag and Aviator sunglasses.

Of all the women who did the black and white thing at 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, Zoe Saldana did it best! The “Avatar” star added a touch of orange to her dotted, two-toned Emanuel Ungaro outfit with Oscar Tiye pumps and crimson lips, but even without the pop of color, this look is perfect! The dolman sleeves, gold buttoned cuffs, bandage style skirt, they all look great on her.

Miley Cyrus is definitely the hottest girl on the red carpet at Maxim’s 2013 Hot 100 party. She looked perfectly sexy in a black and white Valentino jumpsuit, pairing with a metallic Saint Laurent heels that she had just…

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