Blazer – H&M | Culottes – Zara | Bag – Gucci | Shoes – Topshop
Monochroming is something I turn towards every now and then. Sometimes its a head to toe same colour look while sometimes adding hints and pops of vibrant hues. Monochrome looks have become like a backup and answers to those nothing to wear moments because monochrome never goes out of style.
Monochrome dressing is technically mixing different shades of one colour. A common misconception is that monochrome dressing means wearing only black and white, including that it also means wearing separates of one colour.
Wearing multiple layers of the same colour family adds depth and dimension to an outfit. But you always don’t have to stick to the rule book instead add a spin of your own by mixing prints and solid hues, adding pops of vibrant hues just like in the outfit above.