4 Standout Monochromatic Looks

With all the fabulous colors sprouting up this spring, it’s the perfect time to experiment with the monochromatic dressing trend. What may have once been considered “too matchy-matchy” is now seen as a bright, bold, and even a little bit daring. The options are endless — give the trend a try and stand out from the crowd.

#GwynnieBee green monochromatic outfit #LandsEnd #Thread&Butter
Lands’ End Blue Leopard Cardigan, sizes M-3X, &
Thread & Butter Evan Tunic in Green, sizes L-3X

A great way to ease into the trend is by pairing a print with a solid. This breaks up the solid and makes the print pop.

#GwynnieBee lilac monochromatic outfit #LandsEnd #NYDJ NYDJ Jade Legging in Amethyst, sizes 14-24, &
Lands’ End Marl Cable Drifter Sweater in Lilac, sizes M-3X

When it comes to pairing a solid with a solid, go for high contrast by wearing darker tones on the bottom with pastel shades up top.

#GwynnieBee teal monochromatic outfit #MYNT1792 #ColdwaterCreek MYNT 1792 Loren Blazer in Dusk Slate, sizes 12-26, &
Coldwater Creek Floral Piped Shell, sizes M-3X

Monochromatic outfits are a great excuse to play with texture. We love the look of this velvet blazer paired with such a light and breezy top.

#GwynnieBee citrus monochromatic outfit #LandsEnd #Eloquii
Lands’ End Shirred Surplice Dress in Coral Bliss, sizes M-3X, &
Eloquii Stud Lapel Moto Jacket, sizes 14W-24W

You’ve always been told to tone down your brights with something neutral, but why not amp it your outfit up with a perfectly paired pop of color? This moto jacket lends a little edge to this feminine dress.

Would you try a monochromatic look? Comment below!

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