How to Match a Black Blouse

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A black blouse is a great investment piece to have in your wardrobe. Learn how to match a black blouse with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and today I'm going to give you a few tips on how to match a black blouse. First of all a black blouse is a great investment piece to have in your wardrobe. It's pretty much going to go with everything so what I did here today was pair it with this great wool skirt. The nice thing about this is that you have an overall neutral outfit on so I popped a fun red necklace here at the top because it's black and gray, you can pretty much put any color of jewelry you'd like with that. Another great way with black is you can pair brown with it too. A lot of people are either like it's either brown or it's either black. I think it's great together. What you're going to want to do then is to tie in the black in your shoes so pair it with a black pair of heels and this is going to tie the two colors together. A black blouse can pretty much go with everything. It will go great with a denim. It goes great with gray and the only other thing is that if you're pairing it with a pair of black pants just make sure that your blacks match. This has a nice thin weight to it so you can pair it with a, under a different tank top underneath, any color that you'd like and since it's sheer it's going to go with pretty much any color of black pant, not all black pants are created equal so when you're out shopping for something to go with your black blouse, make sure you bring it along or wear it with you so that you can match your blacks. So it's a great neutral color. It's going to go with pretty much anything, wear it with a denim, wear it with brown, wear it with gray and wear it with black. And that's how you match a black blouse. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching.


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