The monochromatic look is very popular but quite a lot of people miss the concept, a monochromatic look can either be achieved by using one color or using the light frequency or wave length of the same color which simply means using different shades of the same color. One thing you should consider when trying to achieve the monochromatic look is your tonal approach, now your tonal approach should boast of a level of complexity, it must be a blend of varied textures and don’t forget the over all look should be backed by modern silhouette the result of which would be a ridiculously chic line-up of well coordinated looks that pop rather than fall flat;
Take a look as at the simply ways to form a monochromatic look without so much ado;
Starting off with this layered look (The perfect monochromatic look for winter), this neutral army green color strikes a very bold look.
A monochromatic look can also be achieved in patterns and print, paired rightly it goes easy on the eyes.
This entire monochromatic look falls from the color black, this look is taken from different shades and paired together to achieve an uber chic look.
From the nude palette comes this elegant and ethereal mix, making every piece beautiful as the blend into each other.
On a lighter note, this entire look is an amazing blend as it is cool and very chic.
Two shades of green paired together with neutral black which gives the green room to shine.
Different shades of blue have been known to blend in pretty nicely.
All black and all white are also part of a monochromatic look.
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