Classic, chic and timeless comes to mind when I see a monochrome look being put together. When black and white or in varying tones of only one colour is used it can be described as a monochrome/monochromatic look. It is effortless and minimalistic yet not boring when done right. This is why monochromatic looks and pieces will always be featured in every season. Which is my inspiration behind the looks I've styled Chloe and I in for this fall/winter season.
Burnt orange, deep mustard yellow and mahogany red coloured leaves gently dropping on the wet ground along with the scent of pumpkin spice latte in the Starbucks air, are some of my favourite things that takes place during autumn. It’s also the season I feel that is slightly annoying to dress for because the chill in the air is now present alongside the bone aching wind.
Some of you may not know this but Kinky Boots was based on a documentary aired on the BBC in 1999 called "The Kinky Boot Factory". This then became the film "Kinky Boots", which boomed in the gay and straight world when it came out in 2005.
The term vintage is used to describe clothing between 20-100 years old, which is clearly representative of the era in which it was produced. Vintage clothing can be used, as new, manufactured and handmade. It is important to understand that the definition is vintage is fluid, so eve decade brings forth new items as ‘vintage’. It is also important to understand that all vintage will eventually become antique. Clothing 100 years old or more are classified as antiques.