Clashing colours is so last year. This spring, it’s all about going tonal.
Kim Kardashian has always been a fan of picking one colour and wearing it all over. And it looks like she was one step ahead of the fashion game because now, everyone’s doing it.
Kim’s been working monotone in mustard hues this week, previously favouring an all-black look of matching coat, jumpsuit, boots and belt. Miaow.
If neutrals feel safer, opt for a camel shades and tie in your coat with your trousers, shoes and bag, or go girly like Rihanna with a dusky rose suit.
Here are our top tips for taking in the tonal trend:
Step out this Saturday evening in your silkies. Going for fluid fabrics in dusty shades will create a look that appears effortless. Team up with your highest wedges and a little box bag for the perfect evening outfit.
Take Tonal To Work
Office wear doesn’t have to be dull when you can experiment with big collars and cuffs. Andrea of dreamingofchanel.com makes blue her go-to, try switching a jacket belt for something chunkier for a retro spin.
Pump It Up
Yes! You can pop on some matching socks and nail the tonal trend in an instant. This fashionista’s triple-pink laidback luxe wins the cool-crown from us this week.
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The New Nude
Director, blogger and model Pernille Teisbaek proves nude is the new chic colour – it can even dress up a knitted turtleneck. Simply add a midi-wrap skirt, pointy heels and a statement clutch with some big sunnies and you’re good to go.
Want red to look different? Layer your way to head-to-toe chic like blogger and designer Chiara Ferragni. By wearing a paler colour underneath you can add a bit of extra interest to your outfit. Keep accessories simple to compliment the bold colours.