Whenever your in crisis regarding an outfit, just turn to black. Not only is it a shade of perfect simplicity but it is also created from a combination of all the primary colours: yellow, red and blue (all the most vital). These prevailing appearances are mixed together to produce the ultimate superiority of black.
It just goes with everything and has the most widened variety of annotations. In Western and European countries, the shade presents sexuality and sophistication however it also has the possibility of conveying anonymity and a thing of an evil nature. People who have it as a favourite colour are generally said to be in possession of numerous conflicting attitudes meaning a confused state of maturity as well as a side that is completely awkward yet deliberate and conservative.
Black is one of the pin-points of vintage photography before the revolution of contemporary media and tremendously advanced technology. Take a look at Karl Largerfeld, he certainly adores black, that and white are the only colours he touches. Furthermore, black is the colour of the night, when the world is mostly silent and finally a place where over-population is forgotten. What else is naturally black? Not much really. This is another aspect that makes black such a unique matter. For example, the world can sometimes feel like it has too much colour, as if everything is happening all at once and no control is being implemented. At these points I recommend that you take a step back and make your way to an area of black. A place where tranquillity is present, likewise constant.
“Women think of all colours except the absence of colour. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony” ~ Coco Chanel