Style Tips: How Anne Curtis Proves That Wearing Black is Still a Classic Choice to Make

Style Tips: How Anne Curtis Proves That Wearing Black is Still a Classic Choice to Make

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We’re taking some fashion tips from Anne Curtis herself as she continuously proves why black is a staple

Little black dress, classic black coat, or trusty black tights—black has always been the color that stays classy and elegant. It can easily elevate your daily ensemble and turn it into a chic and stylish look. It’s the staple color that almost everyone has in their wardrobe, and it’s no secret that we might have been hoarding too many pieces. 

This time, we’re taking a look at Anne Curtis’ chic ensemble moments with the classic color. 

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Sweet and sultry

Donned in her new hairdo, Anne Curtis shows some skin with her dainty plunging outfit that’s decorated in floral. She then adds a little shine with her gold necklace that falls delicately on her neck.

Stay fierce, darling

Structured yet alluring—the shoulder-padded coat dress adds an exaggerated proportion to Anne’s body, but she keeps it simple by opting for a simple updo.

Très chic

She blends in the Parisian streets in her chic tweed coordinates, embellished beret, and the classic red lippie. But she adds a pop of color in her all-black ensemble with a dainty peach crossbody bag.

All for the basics

Black and denim—a classic duo, and Anne Curtis is no stranger to it. She keeps it youthful with her square neck crop top and a pair of loose denim jeans. Accessories have the power to elevate a casual fit, and Anne topped it off with some cat eye shades and a chic shoulder bag.

Taking it to the streets

Streetwear collides with Anne’s signature classic style. Clad in checkered denim coordinates, Anne Curtis gave it a minimalist twist as she opted for a simple black tee to complete the look. 

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