I'd definitely say most of my clothing is black/very dark as well. I do have some colored things that I like to wear when it's hot out (like sweaters, this way I don't look like I'm dressed for winter even though I'm wearing a sweater in the summer )
80% black, the rest is grey, red, white, bordeaux, and a bit of dark blue and dark green.
Black on black makes me look like a vampire because of black hair, pale skin and blue eyes so I always try to incorporate some colours
I think mine varies a lot but I can get into the habit of wearing the same colours too for a period. Voted good variety of everything.
If I have to be in the hospital it's navy. Rarely black.
Winter: black, navy, brow/Tan, grey etc.
Spring and summer: bright colors, pastel colours, white.
But just today my mum said I have a lot of the same color dresses and she's sick of me wearing the same color scheme. So looks I need to go shopping
I love wearing different things, black on black, white, colorful or bright. I love changing it up.
Probably 60% black, though I'd wear more if I didn't consciously try and stop myself. I always seem to gravitate toward the black items in clothing stores, but I don't like just wearing black because I feel so bland. I suit pastel blues and pinks the best, because of my blond hair and blue eyes, and so I often wear these too, especially in the summer. And I break out the white as soon as I have a tan.
Black is my comfort color, but in the summer I love to wear colorful dresses. I've never had the confidence to put together colorful separates, and now I am getting to old for it. So a dress is an easy way to incorporate colors into my wardrobe without having to plan too much!
My wardrobe staples are all black, white, grey, and denim. Every season though I choose a different colour I want to add a statement piece or two in, this season it's pale periwinkle blue, all winter it was deep green and navy (mostly tartans), and I have a feeling come October it'll be more navy again.
I had a really big bordeaux phase two winters again, everything was black, white, and bordeaux, it was fairly chic but I like to change things.
Black on black or black with a touch of white are my go to colour schemes, especially in the fall and winter. I love colour and patterns in the summer, though. I'm significantly more positive and energetic when it's warm and sunny out, and my clothes reflect that.