I wouldn’t call wearing black and white together a trend because it has always been a go-to combination. Black and white are worn together all the time regardless of what’s going on in the fashion industry. So just because the combination is made out to be the happening thing one or another season doesn’t really make it trendy to wear black and white. It’s quite a common sight to see people wearing black and white combinations who are not trying to be on trend.
What color shoes to wear with a white top and black bottom?
Los Angeles model and blogger Jennifer Humphrey from agogoblog.com wears black fold over ankle boots with her white top black bottom outfit.
Black leather ‘Triangle’ booties from Casadei featuring a pointed toe, a cut out detail, gold-tone hardware, a concealed side zip fastening, a brand embossed insole and a high stiletto heel.
Black chamois and python skin leather ankle boots from Alaïa
Black chamois and python skin leather ankle boots from Alaïa featuring a pointed toe, a rear zip fastening, a platform sole, tonal pyramid studs and a high stiletto heel.
Black shoes are arguably the safest bet for shoes to wear with a black top and white bottom. The style of shoe will depend on exactly what you’re wearing, but black ankle boots, particularly with stiletto heels, can be very versatile. They can enhance a classic look or elevate a casual look to new heights.
But you can also wear white shoes, red, yellow, turquoise, orange, black white combinations, leopard print–it’s really about your personal sense of style — wearing whatever color shoes you like that you think looks good with your outfit.
Blogger Jessica from hapatime.com demonstrates how to wear white shoes with a white top and black bottom
Gianvito Rossi pointed toe white Patent-leather pumps
The pointed pump is a forever-chic option. Show this patent-leather Gianvito Rossi pair off with skinny jeans and cocktail dresses. The glossy white finish and elevating heel luxuriate even the simplest of looks.
Balenciaga black white glove leather sandals