HI DARLINGS! I was looking through old pics and realized that I really like black and white, lol! so I thought I would post 4 of my favorite DIY looks I have made in B/W. Sometimes looking back at old pics inspires me to remake some oldies. These were all pretty simple but were big hits.

The first dress was a knock off of a pic I saw on Pinterest. I used a basic shift dress pattern and created the strip on the bodice and skirt. The original post is HEREtb4 tb3 This one arm beauty is an all time favorite. It is so cute and was pretty simple to make. I removed the front pleats from the pattern and used darts for shaping instead. The post can be found HEREtb5 MimiG_BlackWhite_6 I LOVE this dress! I don’t know if it’s the simplicity of this pattern or the black and white mix or the neckline… or all of it but this is the easiest pattern ever and looks amazing. The best part of this pattern is that it has no zippers and simply pulls over the head. The post can be found HERE Burda6998_7 Burda6998_3 This dress was self-drafted but can be achieved with any t-shirt style fitted dress pattern. I just cut the bodice and sleeves and shaped them, added seam allowance and joined them together in contrasting fabrics. The dress was a Temperley London knock off. The original post can be found HEREtb2 These pants are a forever favorite! The wide leg is perfect, the fit is great and they are super easy to make. The post can be found HEREsignature

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