The monochrome look is easy to pull off for non-supermodel types. It’s universally flattering and pairing pieces is a no big deal.One of the best things about the monochrome trend is its versatility. Stripes, spots or block color, there’s a myriad of ways to wear it. Here’s how to make them work for you-
1. Opt for hues that are lighter or darker than your own skin.Not exactly matched!
2.Stick to a mono-chromatic palette but vary with textures and keep your accessories neutral.A quirky way to work the monochrome look is with polka dots.For a subtle look, smaller polka dots are the way forward. If spotty clothing isn’t for you, go dotty with accessories instead.
Stripped style-It’s a common myth that stripes make you look wider. Worn in the right way, they can actually have a flattering effect. If in doubt, go for vertical stripes to give an elongating illusion..
You can also polish off the look with a trouser and blouse ensemble for a cool masculine/feminine vibe.
3. If you’re scared of looking washed out,keep these colors away from your face.
For an easy way to make a big impact with clothing you already have in your closet, coordinate a single-color ensemble, it makes you look instantly polished and pulled-together – perfect for those days when you need a quick