How To Embrace The Monotone Trend
Remember those days when you liked to pair everything and be “matching matching”? Be it nail paints, bags or shoes you were obsessed about keeping it in sync. But if you do want everything to match, you better do it right as you do not want to look tacky, so here are some quick tips on how to wear a whole outfit in a single colour the right way.
Co-ordinate a single colored ensemble depending on the color you are in the mood for. It’s a definite chic look that can be worn anywhere from office to brunch to an evening out. As you can see in the picture, Deepika Padukone sports a monotone look in her film Cocktail. Remember, dressing monotone is fine only when you know how to enhance it with the right accessories.
For this relaxed and fun occasion, we selected our green jumpsuit which is a perfect colour for a daytime look. The lace detailing and accessorizing with a light brown belt gives the right amount of edge to this monotone look. Green and tan are a great combination together. You have to try it out!
For a night out
You can never go wrong when you wear all black from top to bottom. It’s the one look that is completely safe and chic. When going for dark shades like black or navy, be sure to accessorize liberally. Wear statement pieces and you will be sure to stand out.
Our motto is: Travel comfortable always. While waiting in lines, or sitting in your seat for long hours, you need something comfortable yet stylish. Wearing palazzo pants is a great choice as they are very comfortable, free flowing and have good movability too. When putting together a relaxed outfit for your travel, opt for a loose top like the one shown below and avoid fitted ones.
Always using black can get quite boring in terms of going monotone. Instead go for something new like a maroon shirt with detailing at the collar that gives both a professional and an in vogue vibe and pair it with maroon pants. To complete the look, wear your black pumps and carry a black tote. You are surely going to turn heads.
Now remember, even if you do not have different pieces in the exact same colour, it’s fine. A shade plus or minus adds more depth to your outfit. And of course, don’t forget to add that key statement accessory to pull off the look.