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The best of...classic black

A clutch purse, solid perfume, drop earrings, and more

Salvatore Ferragamo Stingray Clutch
A sleek black clutch is surprisingly versatile. Try it against a “clunky knit” gray sweater, with a sparkly cocktail dress underneath.
$1,650, ferragamo.com
Source: In Style

Lucifer vir Honestus Earrings
These drop earrings, featuring smooth agate against rough quartz, can be your go-to accessories for the holidays and beyond.
$2,600, lucifer-vir-​honestus.com
Source: Oprah.com

Sidonie Floral-Lace Underwire Bra
Intimate wear in classic black lace is always chic, sexy, and flattering. For the “fashion fanatic,” this underwire bra from Agent Provocateur is a relative bargain.
$190, net-a-porter.com
Source: Wall Street Journal

Kilian Solid Perfume
There’s something retro-cool about solid perfume. This “super-sultry scent” comes in a carved black container that looks equally gorgeous on your dresser or in your purse.
$95, saks.com
Source: Lucky

Gucci Platform Ankle Boots
Elevate most any winter outfit with these elegant boots. They’re both of the moment and minimalist enough to be stepped out in for years to come.
$795, net-a-porter.com
Source: HarpersBazaar.com

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