The monochrome trend may seem simple, but you voted and agreed that it is not easy enough to try! In hopes to change your mind, we pulled together five chicly constructed monochrome outfits across the country. We are confident these ladies will have you shopping before you finish reading the full Final Forecast results here.
One must be daring to wear all white in a bustling city like New York, but Lisa of Mind, Body, Swag didn't pass up the chance to showcase her monochromatic look and reflect NYC style in more than just her sunnies. She chose loose cropped pants and a light tank which gives depth to what otherwise could have been a boring combo. To elevate the look, she adds height with a pair of nude sandals.
When you have temps like South Florida, wearing all white is a no brainer. Vanessa of Downtown Maven knows how to keep it monochrome in this light, eyelet white dress and coordinating bag and jewelry. Intead of opting for a matching shoe however, she chooses an on trend gladiator sandal in neutral to break it up without taking too much focus away from the all white everything look.
A sister of the LBD, the black jumpsuit is sure way to look both classic and trendy. To ensure there are no distractions from the chic one piece, Janna from Texas maximizes her monochrome style with black sunglasses, black shoes, and bag. Her choice to combine higher quaility items, such as her classic Chanel bag, with inexpensive trendy pieces create a balance that showcases her style game.
The all black ensemble is a popular one, but in the summer months it can be tricky to style it without looking drab. Luckily, Samantha from Gold Coast Girl knows that a romper and the right sandal is the way to go. By adding in a turquise statement necklace, she not only dresses up the outfit, but creates that summery tone.
Want Westcoast fashion in the mid-west? Check out Craze in Pentwater, MI. These two fashion brands from Los Angeles featured in this navy on navy monochrome look offer contemproary fashion at affordable prices making them the perfect designers to test trends! This Bobi top in denim paired with these Freeway Apparel bottoms in a crepe navy demonstrate how to perfectly flirt with monochrome by opting for different fabrics broken up by a subtle crop.