Wearing an all-white-look can be very tricky, but if you love a particular color and want to enjoy the monochromatic trend, then try it. We all know that practice makes perfection, therefore, you can always try different looks in front of your mirror. Take a few pictures then analyze what needs to be removed from your outfits.
Everybody has a different taste in everything in life, so the things that work for you will not be doable for me, however, I'd like to share with you the three things I take into consideration when I wear a monochromatic look:
1. I try to play a little bit or a lot with textures. As you can see, my shoes have a snakeskin texture, which it plays nicely against a smooth leather bag.
2. I try to wear different hues of the same color. If you notice, the pieces in this outfit have different shades of white. My bag and shoes have a grayish hue and my dress a true white shade. The difference in between the whites is subtle but good enough to give this look some dimension.
3. I must defenetely put on some makeup. Yes, white can wash you out even when you have very tan skin. Therefore, I wear a noticeable lipstick color and some blush.
SHOP THE LOOK:
If you aren't gutsy enough to wear one color from head to toe, you can wear your accessories from different hues, but don't stray too far from the main color because you'll want to keep the look harmonious. Now, if you are a fan of high contrast (see some looks here, here and here. ), then by all means, add a striking color, a print or a completely different hue to your look.
Remember, whichever way you decide to wear your monochrome look, make it fun and wear it with confidence.
WHAT I WORE:
Dress: Gap. Similar/Shoes: Isabel Marant. Similar/Bag: Mansur Gavriel./Sunglasses: Kate Spade. Similar/Bangles: Vintage. Similar/Lipstick: YSL.
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