13th Jun 2016
GO GRAPHIC to add interest to your look. The mix of checks and stripes worn by this Parisian style-setter’doesn’t overwhelm because the palette is so pared back. Denim is a great foil for any experimental prints or colours you want to play with.
MONOCHROME can look austere, but incorporating lace softens the overall feel. The structured shape of this stunning top prevents any unwanted bridal associations too. The attention to detail shown in this fashion savvy woman’s choice of accessories completes the look to perfection.
A POP OF COLOUR can?break up a?black and white motif nicely, while a whimsical logo is a great way of adding personality to your look. Both will prevent your outfit from becoming too safe.
TEXTURE in the form of tassels and fringing adds depth and interest to a two-tone outfit. These oversized, textured earrings?offer an unexpected element and demonstrate the wearer’s complete?confidence in her look.
Love this look? Here are five more monochromatic outfits?to admire.
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