Black and white has been a popular combination in fashion lately, with several designers continuing the trend for fall. That’s because it’s a classic look that never really goes out of style. It’s not surprising, as it makes any outfit look smart, chic and sophisticated.
Below is a fashion spread featuring the monochromatic trend in 1957, with the models wearing black and white dresses created from Vogue Patterns.
A white cotton sateen sheath dress with black floral print from Vogue Pattern #9027. The emerald cummerbund and beads make a stunning contrast.
On the left is an amazing flocked organdy two piece strapless party dress. The turquoise cummerbund looks fantastic with the black and white and gives the illusion of a one piece dress. From Vogue Pattern #9246.
On the right beaded black ribbon and a bow accent add some serious panache to a simple white pique bustier type top. From 1957 Vogue Pattern #8931. The black four gored skirt, Vogue Pattern #9216.