Black is generally called a non-colour but if you look at your wardrobe carefully you will see lots of variations in the shades of black. It is the colour of night and nothing is more magical than looking up at the stars in a moon-less black sky.
Black is the colour of mystery. Have you ever stared into a inky black sea? It is also the colour of fear (dark corners and black holes).
Black is a fall-back wardrobe colour as it is safe to wear anywhere.
Wearing flat-textured black from head to toe is a safe and boring option that hides your personality and can repel the people you want to attract.
Avoid high black necklines as these draw colour from your face and makes Baby Boomer women you look sickly.
Mix up the textures of black (eg lace, velvet, mesh, sheer, pintucks or a rolled neckline) to make it more interesting and mysterious.
On the safe side, any woman can wear black below the waist.
Just aim to make the black you wear above the waist more interesting and a little bit mysterious.
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