Beyonce, Kendall Jenner, Paula Abdul, Taylor Swift, Trend Tracker


Black, white, and hot all over.

Yes, we know. A black and white combination has been around since the dawn of time. What makes this Trend Of The Week so different isn't the color that they are wearing, but how they are wearing it! This week we are showing you new and innovative ways to wear the clothes that are already in your closet with the help of these celebrity fashionistas!

Let's just be honest here. Kendall Jenner can make anything that she wears look like a masterpiece. Here she wears a black and white striped jumpsuit with matching sandals. The one-piece has a keyhole cut-out at the neckline, showing a touch of sexiness from the 19 year-old model.

Queen B. Mrs. Carter. Yonce. No matter what you call her, Beyoncé pulls off a modern take on this sparkled throwback in a black and white letterman's jacket. We love this look so much because she pairs it a chambray collared shirt and a black leather mini skirt. The best accessory? The bedazzled B, of course!

You can't keep Miss Paula Abdul to just one pattern! The former America Idol host wore a striped black and white skirt, with a black and white hounds tooth top while at the Lupus LA Hollywood Bag Ladies Luncheon this week.

Taylor Swift has recently been killing the street style fashion game! Here we see her in her classic black loafers, with a black and white plaid skirt. She completed the look with a cut off concert t-shirt from one of her favorite bands, The 1975. This is a great example of how to take an everyday shirt and totally dress it up with just a key additional pieces. For an instant effect, don't forget the signature red lip!

How have you dressed up your black and white looks? Show us! Tag your favorite styles #TheFabulist on Instagram and Pinterest so we can see your look!

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