Monochrome is still going strong for this winter. Looking for ways to appear more chic and elegant? The key to creating a monochromatic ensemble is to combine different shades and hues of the same color. Instead of choosing many different colors that divide your silhouette into blocks, you can wear colors of a single hue. Wearing a single color from head to toe creates an elongated figure, an illusion even if you aren’t very tall. Keep scrolling for major inspo.
White never disappoints, so does this look. A bit ovesized with chunky combat boots and a cute mini bag—you'll never want to take them off.
Neutral colors, such as beige, tan, cream, off-white are far easier to style them with pieces that you've already have in your wardrobe. Mix different textures, like wool, corduroy and leather for the ultimate cozy winter feel!
The next one is a bit challenging but it definitely worth a try. If you want to take your outfit to the next level, opt for lilac and purple hues. Looks good on any skin tone.
Make sure you mix texture and cut within your monochromatic outfit. Brown is considered the color of this season, SS22, coming in many different shades you can experiment with, like chocolate brown, light beige, coffee or wood brown.
If you want an alternative to a total black outfit, then go for a monochromatic grey ensemble. There are at least fifty shades of grey and numerous combinations you can take into consideration. Play with light tones and dark ones, combine fabrics and textures.
There's nothing more stylish than a classic total black look. Keep it casual with combat boots and a beanie hat for those cold winter days!
Choose shades of blue that blend perfectly together like deep denim blue, baby blue, royal, or Prussian blue.
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