THE ART OF MONOCHROME: BLACK AND WHITE

MONOCHROMEMONOCHROME

THE ART OF MONOCHROME: BLACK AND WHITE

The art of monochrome has been a trend right from infancy but has always been attributable to early life. It is doing opposite of “To match”, which feels like some iota of punishment when parents make you match with them alongside your siblings.
However, the pride seen on parents faces when they see children in matching outfits make it all worthwhile and going concern (consistency).
MONOCHROMEMONOCHROME
This intuition was due to a tweet I saw.  It emphasized on the fact that everything counted as punishment in childhood has now become habits we all do now. It gathered quite a lot of re-tweets and that made me feel good. Simply because I realized that I was not the only one experiencing this process of doing things that I considered horrible in childhood.
Not only am I experiencing it frequently now but even enjoying the past trends (Paradox of Plenty).
This habit has now become trends. For example, the new Rihanna Jely Fenty shoes, who would have thought a shoe that I used to be ashamed to wear in primary school is now been priced at almost 100 dollars. But then the lessons learned was that having a successful brand is to be advanced and innovative in the likes of packaging and uniqueness.
Also, the gingham trend, everything has been done in a former era but the addition of a unique touch to the old trend gives birth to a totally transformed and differentiated trend.
MONOCHROME
MONOCHROME

THE ART OF MONOCHROME: BLACK AND WHITE

Without digressing too much from the main outfit post, the art of monochrome is the good art (to me). There is a soothing feeling that is been given when pieces are matched together. It is a form of safe haven and comfort which does not feel too safe. It’s now an eye opener. Exactly to what should have been appreciated a long time ago.
Trousers (Similar here) // Kimono (Nigerian tailor) // Shoes (Similar here)

What were the things you regarded as torture then but you actually enjoy now. And also what brings calm to you?

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Love, Idayat Sanni.

13 Comments

  1. Abibat Sanni
    June 1, 2017 / 3:27 pm

    So so cute 😍😍😍😍😍

  2. Zee
    June 1, 2017 / 4:03 pm

    Will there be any post of urs I wud nt like πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”? hmmm I don’t think so… I think I am obsessed with ur style,my friends are probably tired of me talking about you.u re always on point πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ. I tot I loved fashion but u always make me fall in love the more….Mashallah, looking forward to ur next post…. Just to let u know u re doing well even before u started ur blog posts. I admire u and ur sisters a lot, u inspire me… Wish u all d best Ramadan kareem

    • June 1, 2017 / 4:16 pm

      Thank you so much! i really appreciate

  3. Suzzylina
    June 1, 2017 / 4:46 pm

    Ok this post is perfect. The writing keeps you in line. If you actually think you want to look at the pictures, anxiety comes in because you just want to make sure you finish reading line by line. Well done sister πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

  4. Hameedah
    June 1, 2017 / 4:50 pm

    Here for your slay as always😍😍

  5. Karen
    June 1, 2017 / 7:21 pm

    Lovely post!❀️

  6. AYANTAYO FOLAKEMI
    June 5, 2017 / 5:21 pm

    my baby ….keep slaying

  7. SALAUDEEN RIDWAN AYODEJI
    June 14, 2017 / 9:53 am

    Bright. The Paradox of Plenty (Suffering and Smiling) is that which the art of monochrome contributed to our early years.
    May Allah SWT continue to bless your wealth of knowledge. Barakallahu feekum.

  8. Oladunni Risqah
    August 10, 2017 / 9:41 pm

    Lovely post

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