four ways to wear: monochrome.

Skirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; style collaboration; Caitlin Lindquist of A Little Dash of Darling; Amanda Sanchez of Little Miss Fearless; Lynzy Coughlin of Sparkling FootstepsIt’s round two of my collaboration with Caitlin of A Little Dash of Darling, Amanda of Little Miss Fearless, and Lynzy of Sparkling Footsteps.  This time, we’re showing you how to wear one color from head to toe for a monochromatic look.

Skirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; Fashion 4 Ways; Anthropologie orange print blouse; J.Crew Factory neon rose No. 2 Pencil Skirt; BaubleBar bronze geometric necklace; Sequin pave branch necklace; Michael Kors white leather straw clutch; J.Crew pave square link bracelet; Sam Edelman Sophie wedgeYou can usually find me rocking at least two or three different colors in any given outfit, but sticking to a single color from head to toe?  Surprisingly, I’ve never tried it!  Turns out, going monochromatic makes for an outfit that’s just as vivacious as my usual repertoire.  For this challenge, I covered myself in corals.  From an over-saturated blouse and skirt to coral color-blocking on my shoes, I definitely embraced the phrase “head to toe!”

See how Caitlin, Amanda and Lynzy rocked the monochromatic looks over on their blogs and let us know what you think of this trend in the comments below!

Skirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; Fashion 4 Ways; Anthropologie orange print blouse; J.Crew Factory neon rose No. 2 Pencil Skirt; BaubleBar bronze geometric necklace; Sequin pave branch necklace; Michael Kors white leather straw clutch; J.Crew pave square link bracelet; Sam Edelman Sophie wedgeSkirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; Fashion 4 Ways; Anthropologie orange print blouse; J.Crew Factory neon rose No. 2 Pencil Skirt; BaubleBar bronze geometric necklace; Sequin pave branch necklace; Michael Kors white leather straw clutch; J.Crew pave square link bracelet; Sam Edelman Sophie wedgeSkirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; Fashion 4 Ways; Anthropologie orange print blouse; J.Crew Factory neon rose No. 2 Pencil Skirt; BaubleBar bronze geometric necklace; Sequin pave branch necklace; Michael Kors white leather straw clutch; J.Crew pave square link bracelet; Sam Edelman Sophie wedgeSkirt The Rules Blog; NYC fashion blogger; style blog; spring outfit photos; Fashion 4 Ways; Anthropologie orange print blouse; J.Crew Factory neon rose No. 2 Pencil Skirt; BaubleBar bronze geometric necklace; Sequin pave branch necklace; Michael Kors white leather straw clutch; J.Crew pave square link bracelet; Sam Edelman Sophie wedge

Wear
Top: Anthropologie
Skirt: J.Crew Factory
Necklaces: BaubleBar, Sequin
Bracelet: J.Crew
Bag: Michael Kors (similar)
Shoes: Sam Edelman

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Tracy Davis

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16 responses to “four ways to wear: monochrome.

  1. This is so pretty! Love how the strap of your shoes match the rest of your outfit. And I absolutely love that pave branch necklace! So pretty!

    Bold Subtlety

  2. Awesome color! So vibrant…you glow 🙂 Loving the top especially!!

  3. So pretty!! I’m loving that top necklace – is that the one from Bauble bar?

  4. I love how that top keeps it monochromatic but adds a little pattern!
    -Kodi
    grey et al

  5. loving this look! i’m the same, i am always wearing a few different colours in every outfit but monochrome is one i haven’t tried but i’m loving it and so inspired by this collab to try it myself!

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