I don't have a dress that is all black. For makeup I will just keep it simple. Not sure what I will do for my hair. For shoes, I will wear flats. Also it's a funeral for my old pastor/teacher so it will be a church funeral. Obviously this isn't me, the only difference is that the sleeves are shorter. And this jacket.
^^^^^ public service announcement read that so I don't specify that to every person.
Most Helpful Guy
So that skirt, no, your skirt, maybe.
If you wouldn't wear it to work in a conservative law office, skinny jeans and a nice dark top would be better.
If you would the white and black is liveable.
Beg someone to buy you a cheap black skirt or trousers If you can. Both are staples you will use again and again.1
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, it is appropriate.
I wore a black and white dress (mostly black) to my grandmother's funeral.
White, to celebrate what a good, full and long life she had lived, and black for mourning and sadness that she is gone. Most people wore black and white as well, but they kept it mostly black.1