The monochrome trend can well be dominated by the male species. They carry it off in a smooth manner and the fact that the two-tone look goes equally well with Indian and western clothes also helps.
Go black and white or simply wear varying tones of one colour in an outfit, and we promise the look will be a complete hit. Here’s a guide on how to master the art of wearing monochrome.
The classic option to wear monochrome would be suits. You can opt for a black blazer with a white shirt and bow tie or vice versa which is a classy, simple and ever-trendy option. The other option is to pick a neutral colour, eg. grey. Pair a similar coloured shirt as that of the jacket or blazer and lighter or darker toned tie. While the colour palate will be the same, the fabric or material of each item will be different to give an interesting textural change to your look.
The New Mix ‘N’ Match
Monochrome can well be called the new mix ‘n’ match, or just match.
Trends and designers agree with this concept. Wear navy blue pants with a light blue shirt and a striped blue tie. It is sure to look good and is different and similar at the same time. Don’t be afraid of wearing one colour all over, because gone are the days when matching everything didn’t make sense. Matching your ties, cufflinks, belts or pants is definitely the way to go.
Go Madly Monochromatic
The idea is to choose one colour and get as many different tones of it as possible. Make sure there is a balance of light and dark shades because you don’t want to look like a canvas splashed with paint without any consideration. If you’re wearing dark brown pants, pair them with a lighter shade of brown shirt or vice versa. A chocolate brown tie and cream or beige shoes will complete this brown monochrome look.
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