HOW TO MONOTONE DRESS LIKE A PRO

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Many people have a favourite colour that they naturally gravitate towards. A colour that no matter what the item is, once it is available in that colour they will buy it. For a long time, I was convinced that my favourite colour is pink. In fact, on reflection that could be just because of the subliminal messages we receive as children. Pink for girls and Blue for boys. Don’t get me wrong, I do like the colour pink and have varying shades of it in my wardrobe.

 

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What I have come to realise is that I don’t actually have a favourite colour. I just like colour, preferably bright colours. If you venture into my wardrobe you will see that it looks like a rainbow. Even my shoes are an array of colours. While perusing fashion magazines and websites, you may have noticed that there has been an increase in Monotone Dressing amongst the Fash Pack. If this is something you want to do but don’t know where to start, then the below info graph is a quick and easy guide on how to do it like a pro.

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The good thing about Monotone Dressing is that you don’t necessarily have to go out and purchase new items – But if you fancy a shopping spree, who am I to stop you?...Lol. You can use items that already exist in your wardrobe, and if like me you have lots of different colours you can easily create several different new looks that you maybe never considered before. 

What do you think of Monotone Dressing? Let me know in the comments below.

Beret | River Island (sold out) Similar

Lace Cami | ASOS

Pink Suit | Costume National (similar Save: Blazer Trousers Spend: Blazer Trousers Splurge: Blazer Trousers)

Sock Boots | River Island (sold out) Similar

Box Clutch | ASOS

Woven Strap | Tea & Tequila Trading 

PC | Modehunter