We’ve been through this; whenever I claim to fall in love with something, be it a shade of colour, a specific shape or clothing brand; I always go all the way –hook, line and sinker vibes. Set on always trying to appear unpredictable, I seem to have revisited an affair with the good old black and white uniform. Remember when I themed this year’s #MBFWJ around monochrome gear? This time around, I styled my somewhat “A-game” look around this amazing white oversized T-shirt top from RELIGION. These pictures do no justice to it, this piece is all forms of fabulous; luxe cotton layered with flowsy scarf-like, block cut chiffon tresses –gorgeous I tell you. Absolutely alluring to a naked eye and can be a bit tricky to introduce into one’s wardrobe, I foresee many fantastical moments with this one. On this particular evening, I wore it atop my trusted vintage black and fitted ankle length leather pants, dressed up with a pair of lovely grey brogues by Kurt Geiger and to round up the Fit vs Volume approach, I adopted a tailored black Blazer from ASOS. The look wouldn’t really be mine if I did not festoon it with signature accessories, my motif began with a statement neckpiece indicative of chiming Mediterranean jewels and an amusingly contrasting badge I made from a pendant I bought earlier in the year –a tale I will tell someday over giant margaritas. This bag was a hit too (come on, what’s leather sans crisscrossing chain details?). I couldn’t help but chuckle a bit when I went through these pics and learnt that I pulled the classic blogger stunt of trying to not look involved in any of this, yet striking a pose after pose LOL.