How to Wear Monochromatic Outfits
As a term, monochromatic may sound way too extravaganza to your ears but the truth is that we all go for one-color looks on lazy days. Maybe black leather leggings with a black turtleneck really are the key to looking elegant sometimes. Or just imagine a morning that you don't really wish to spend time creating an edgy look and just go for a beige bomber jacket with beige crops. It sounds cool and easy, right?
Let’s keep this in mind: we love black and when it comes to monochromatic outfits, black is again a lifesaver. Still, to rock this look we can choose other colors, too. And sure, we know that when you think of wearing monochromatic, you may think of less fashionable looks that drain your energy. But in fact, it is rarely like that, and a monochromatic outfit may look like a treat to our eyes.
Chicness that Comes with Monochromatic Outfits
Just think of the red carpets. They are the epitome of where to be chic. You probably see many one-color looks on the red carpet. That is because it looks simply chic. A chicness that looks easy is always our main goal. Not so many people love to look like they have spent hours creating a way-too-edgy look.
One-color looks also look very appealing to our eyes. When we achieve making a cute combine with using one color that is psychologically appealing to us. Also, we may spice things up add some different tones of the same color to our outfit.
Tips for Monochromatic Outfits
Choose the Right Pieces
Of course, it is relatively easier to wear all in one color. Still, you will need to choose the right pieces to create a fulfilling look. Bikers with crops under an oversize sleeveless cardy all in one color would make a great look to have a daily stroll. Likewise, you can imagine how chic it would be to wear the same color skirts and blazers on them. So, in essence, do pounder a little on the pieces you choose.
Never Underestimate Jewels
Jewels are our best friends and especially when we do a monochromatic look, they can add so much value to our looks. A little dazzling look with bright white, yellow, sapphire, ruby, or emerald stones may even create a wonderful contrast.
Like you may spice things up with different tones of one color, you should play around with textures. Different textures add a different taste to our combines and let you achieve balance. Denim and chiffon, suede and silk, leather and cotton or wool and sequins… The beautiful contrast of different textures brings harmony to your monochromatic look.