Women wearing tonal tones

How to master the art of tonal dressing

Nail this trend in 3 easy steps

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How to master the art of tonal dressing

Tonal dressing is a quick and easy way to look fabulously put together, even when you’re short on time.

Nail the head-to-toe monochrome trend with our fail-safe tips...

 

Lesson 1: Play with texture

Start by choosing a base colour around which to build your look. This winter, neutral hues are huge so choose a dusty pink palette and add interest by taking on texture.

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Think pale pink knitted jumpers with extra bobbles, salmon-coloured ‘70s-inspired corduroy skirts with utility-style belting and a baby pink faux fur stole. A felt beret, patent ankle boots and a croc-effect bag are super-stylish accessories.

 

Lesson 2: Add in a print

Fan of animal prints? Or how about checks? Then you’ll be pleased to know that these hot-off-the AW19 catwalk trends work perfectly when it comes to tonal dressing.

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Remember to choose your base colour - this time we’ve chosen beige - and then incorporate your prints wisely. Clash your checks effortlessly by pairing with them with a white cable knit jumper and finish off with animal print accessories to look polished to perfection. Winter, we are so ready for you!

Lesson 3 Use accessories to break it up

Sometimes, it’s the little things that can really make the biggest impact.

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Accessories are a great way of instantly breathing new life back into your wardrobe - we’re talking baker boy hats, cross-body bags, faux-leather gloves, soft-as-can-be scarves, pointed ankle boots and chunky belts and earrings. Just remember to make sure they’re from the same colour palette and you can’t go far wrong!

Feeling inspired to update your wardrobe? Head over to George.com or pop into your local Asda