The Non-Basic Way To Style A Monochromatic Outfit
How many of you think monochromatic dressing is all about a head-to-toe look in one color? That's the obvious and easiest approach to take, to be honest, most don't think of the other ways you can put together a monochromatic look that is more than just a tonal outfit.
If you're like me and like to get creative with the clothes you have vs having to always spend money to create more options, you have to learn how to up your styling game so you can get more wear out of your clothes without having to resort to wearing the same outfits.
If you're itching to try out this look but fear it's going to be too loud or overwhelming for you, I've put together an eBook full of styling tips and tricks to help you confidently pull off a monochromatic style. Whether you're in a bold color, neutral shades or print (yup, you can rock prints to create a monochromatic look - again, non-basic!) this eBook will teach you how to do it step-by-step along with what wardrobe pieces to add to your look so it's less overwhelming and to avoid feeling too stand out.
Give your wardrobe a little upgrade! You don't need new clothes, you just need to learn how to work with what you have.
Here is one way to not be so basic when styling a monochromatic look: