This time I prepared a special post with 1 piece and 3 monochromatic looks (or almost!). The inspiration came all over from the Gap’s khaki pants. It is a basic model of the brand that I like a lot and I even have 2 other colors – the rosy always appears here in looks du jour.
The color is classic and the modeling also, it works perfectly in casual looks with tshirt and sneakers or chic ones with high heels.
Lately I have loved monochromatic outfits in the most different colors. So I thought of 3 different options in this chart of nudes and earthy tones.
In the first look, I wore a wonderful coat with an ombre effect. It is a half-season piece, perfect for autumn, with shorter sleeve and soft fabric. Works especially well on rainy days! I wore a Gap sweater and high heels.
The second look keeps the color chart, but brings a lot of brightness in the details. A less serious outfit with a sequined top from Shoulder – which I love! This is a good option to wear sequins during the day without any fear, the monochrome look keep it neutral.
But as I think sequins are never too much I also wore Melissa’s glitter sneakers. That could be a chic look with sparkle details and so, but the sneakers keep it casual and cool. Do you like it?
The jacket with medium length and soft wool is also ideal for the season!
Last but not least, a classic: stripes and oxford! In the last option I wore the khaki pants in a boyish-inspired look.
I wore a striped sweater and a leather jacket, this time the jacket appears in a short version, different from the first two outfits. I love the color of this jacket, neutral and chic!
In the accessories my loevely and usual hat, in the nude version, and the leather oxford – one of my favorites. This is so comfortable, beautiful and well done, pity that I went to look for the link and I no longer found the store.
1 pants 3 monochromatic looks! There’s inspiration for those who like sparkle details, for those who prefer a more chic look and even for those who enjoy a basic and classic. What is your favorite? Tell me in the comments.