Monochromatic Style: The Minimalist

Monochromatic Style

From Cozy to Chic

Monochromatic is simple, it’s dressing in all one color. The key to making an outfit comprised of all one color interesting is texture. And as we’ve begun to cool down it’s time to pile on the layers. It’s time to add layers of texture and try your stylist hand at a monochromatic look.

Monochromatic looks are a great place to mix and match texture and styles. Don’t be scared to mix traditionally summer textures with fall/winter textures. This will give pieces you already own a whole new vibe. Mixing fabrics in new ways is a step out of one’s style box without feeling like you’ve gone too far. Today is always a good day to try something new!

Monochromatic Style Monochromatic Style Bell Sleeve Turtleneck & Beanie: Huxley + Harper// Pants: Oats Cashmere via Bardot// Sneakers: Johnson & Murphy via Seaside Soles

Monochromatic Style Monochromatic Style Top & Skirt (Set): Free People// Long Cardigan: One Teaspoon both via Blue Eyed Girl// Scarf: House of Bohemian

Monochromatic Style Monochromatic Style Dress: Equipment via Bardot

Monochromatic Style Monochromatic Style Dress: Bailey 44 via Blue Eyed Girl// Coat: Haute Shop Co.

monochromatic-ashley-36monochromatic-ashley-42Wool Moto Jacket: Haute Shop Co.// Blouse: Equipment// Pants: Rag & Bone both via Bardot


Model: Ashley Walher// Makeup: Hair by Kaylyn// Hair: Ashley Walher// Stylist: Katie Keyes// Assistant: Myriam C.K. Gibson// Photography: Rachael Dickens// Location Manager: Natalie Dickens