Monochromatic dressing for Fall: It’s BOLD and I like it.
Wearing one color is anything but boring! It’s easy and figure-flattering…
and very cost effective in this case: this sweater is $19.99 and the pants are $34.99! You actually might not need to buy anything at all to achieve this chic, polished style! Shop your closet. I am 99.9% sure you have the pieces in your wardrobe to achieve this look.
In fashion terms, monochromatic dressing means wearing separates of one color that have different textures and/or similar shades of that color for an overall tonal look. While mixing patterns can look a bit fussy and color-blocking a bit kitschy, wearing a single shade is a simpler, cleaner approach to putting an outfit together. In fact, when you keep your overall outfit within the same color hue, the outcome can be just as striking as wearing a bold pattern or vivid color.
I was 100% inspired by ALL the monochromatic outfits I saw at NYFW in September. The fashion girls were incorporating new, contemporary purchases with older, classic pieces, proving that this fall and winter trend is here to stay and oh-so-fabulous.
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What I Wore:
Sweater: H&M, Fine Knit Sweater
Pants: H&M, Pull-On Pants
Boots: Public Desire (c/o), Chile Ankle Boots in White Faux
Also seen here.
Bag: Balenciaga, Bazar Striped Leather Pouch (sold out). Shop similar here.
Sunglasses: Karen Walker, Number One