“I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker colour”

These were words I’ve long lived by. It’s become a running joke among my friends, about how much black I wear, but it isn’t something I’m ashamed of. Black is effortless; it can be smart or casual, sexy or sophisticated, and above all, it’s the ultimate post-work transitional colour to evening events.

But things are slowly starting to change. I’ve recently began adding (*gulps*) colour into my wardrobe; starting by diluting my standard ‘all-black-everything’ look with a little add white. It’s just an easy way to lift the look and I love the block symbol on the front of this ASOS shirt. Another fave from this outfit are the trainers, they are from the new Stamp’d X Puma collaboration and they’re amazing. So comfy, slip-on and just effortlessly cool. (Side note: a simple pair of white Stan Smiths are a winner, too!)

Style shoots are a new thing to me, getting in front of the camera isn’t something I’m overly comfortable with, unless it’s for a cropped-in selfie, of course. I have my confidence issues like everyone else, but after your responses to a more casual post I put up from Australia, I decided that maybe it was time to give it a shot, and I hope you like it. Be kind! But let me know your thoughts.

Monochrome-Boy--(3-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(5-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(1-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(10-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(2-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(9-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(8-of-11)

Monochrome-Boy--(7-of-11) Monochrome-Boy--(6-of-11)

Monochrome-Boy--(4-of-11)

 

Jacket ~ Religion (similar here) | Shirt ~ ASOS | Sunglasses ~ ASOS | Jeans ~ Levi’s | Trainers ~ Stamp’d X Puma | Odd poses ~ Model’s Own

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Written by Neil Thornton
London-based coffee drinker. Editor by day, blogger by whatever time he finds spare.