Monochrome doesn’t have to be dull.
The tonal look either incorporates black and white or one colour into an outfit, sometimes with varying shades to add depth or a pop of colour to keep things interesting.
For some, it sounds daunting – but we’ve found 13 monochrome outfits for outfit inspo that break down the trend easily.
From loungewear, to tailoring, monochrome isn’t a one trick pony. It can work for every style, whether you’re dressing up or curling up on the sofa.
Here, we break it down.
By adding different shades of tan, Eni creates a simple tonal look we love.
Loungewear is one of the easiest ways to wear monochrome, as most of the time it comes in matching sets.
If beige isn’t your thing, don’t worry. Pick a punchy colour such as yellow or purple and make an impact.
Monochrome can be as simple or as multi-dimensional as you like. This look has so many different elements that tie it together perfectly.
If you can’t mix different colours, mix textures. From the straw bag, to the knitted jumper, this look keeps things interesting.
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In 2021, we’ll see more black and white combinations than ever before. We love houndstooth for a simple way to wear it.
If the idea of multiple layers panics you, stick to a simple floor-length dress as a way to wear the trend.
You might think some elements of your wardrobe are too simple to be chic, but basics styled together sometimes brings a look to life.
The shades in a monochrome look don’t need to be exactly the same. These khaki leather trousers and bold green top work perfectly.
Another easy way to wear monochrome is with a colourful suit. Accessories in contrasting block colours will make a statement.
Tailoring always looks sharp and chic, but it doesn’t need to be complicated. A simple white will look beautifully sophisticated.
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