Memo 315: Four #TiffTips To Create A Monochromatic Look

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TheWerkPlacePrettyTheBlues

TheWerkPlacePrettyTheBlues

Want to know the easiest way to get dressed when you’re in a styling rut? Ok, maybe you’re not in a styling rut but you want to figure out something different to do with the pieces that you already own.

Go monochrome.

Literally, gather everything that you have in one color to create a head-to-toe look and get to werk! I’ve featured another monochromatic example on The Werk! Place here using army green.

Four #TiffTips To Create Your Monochromatic Lewk

  • Different shades of the chosen color work very well together and add lots of interest! In this look, I’ve varied the shades of blues and placed them in different places on my body.
  • Don’t neglect to add texture. In this look, there’s some velvet playing very nicely with the leather in the skirt and the faux fur from the sweater. Texture adds depth and dimension to keep the monochrome from looking flat and boring.
  • Of course, you can add patterns within the monochromatic look to give the eye something else to digest. See, the goal when you’re styling one color is to make it look as interesting as possible.
  • Add a pop of another color like I did in this look. In my opinion, yellow is a great pop to add to most looks.

Now, that you have a few #tifftips to get you started, go forth and monochrome!

 

Get The Look:

Coat – Similar here and here
Zara Pom Pom Top – Similar here
ASOS Leather Pencil Skirt – No Longer Available
Pom Pom Beanie c/o Modcloth – Similar here
Yellow Tinted Sunnies – Similar here
Boots c/o Chinese Laundry – Sold here and here
Zara Moto Gloves – Similar here

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2 Comments

    • Tiffany M. Battle
      January 29, 2018 / 3:28 pm

      Thank you! I live for the pop.

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