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.
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.
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.
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!