Monochrome generally means something consisting of only the color black and white, but nowadays it means something more than that. Now, it means something of one color or in different variations of limited hues. And ever since celebrities, and popular high school icons have started endorsing monochrome outfits, it is trend to be in the wear outfits in monochrome style. Here are 20 perfectly flawless monochrome outfit ideas:
1. Fall – Pastel Corals
Corals are the prettiest mix of oranges and reds, and the most ideal shade to wear at fall, when the leaves are falling and everything is dying, yet beautiful. The color will be in perfect sync with the colors of the season and the monochrome outfit will look on-point in the city. If the cold gets to you, salmon pink pants will go perfectly with the shirt and on-shoulder sweater. Hope you all try these monochrome outfit ideas and slay all day, every day!
2. Fall – Bold
In the days of skinny and torn jeans, wear the old pairs; and in a world full of black favorites, wear the color burgundy. Why? Because why not. Burgundy looks classy and will get you the attention you deserve, and the pair of pants and sweater as exhibited in the outfit will make you look reserved, but approachable. A bit of dark burgundy lipstick would finish the look and make it complete. You all can play the game.
3. Fall – White
People get tired of looking at monotonous outfits all year long, so it is time that you bring a change to that by wearing all white, but with style. It is repetitive in the sense that the sweatshirt idea is being mentioned but tuck that in, and let the creativity flow out of you. Carry the outfit with a bun and people will swoon over your look because of how casual yet modish it looks. Give it a try, and just see how many compliments you get.
4. Fall – Black
Whoever has said that simple can’t be trendy is wrong in all senses. This simple sweatshirt along with a pair of jeans has to be your monochrome outfit for fall! Black boots will be like adding icing to the cake of the outfit and the sunglasses will be the cherry on top. The entire look screams of class. So go out and give it a try now!
5. Fall – Gray
We have all been stuck in the conflicting state where it isn’t too hot but isn’t too cold either. Solution to the problem: Carry a jacket. Gray is a statement color and can be used to depict high standards of dressing anywhere and anytime, therefore wear a sweater and when the winds hit, just cover yourself with the jacket. Although you should always keep in mind that the shade of jacket and pants should always complement each other, and the sweater and jacket be of different shades.
6. Spring – Pastel Yellow
When it is sunny and you’re in the most glee of moods, why not show it with the happy color? – Yellow. Even though the shade can be a bit too shocking and itchy for the eyes, the pick of fawn and a lighter pastel shade often makes it very pleasing and nice to look at. And as dresses are the statement outfits for spring anyway, you might as well make it monochrome and define yourself in the newest fashion possible. You make other people jealous in the most joyous way, kids!
7. Spring – Bold
While wearing bold colors in the sunny and light season may seem like a bad idea, I assure you, if you have the class and the confidence to pull off the look, you can easily roam around in the monochrome spectrum of orange. The fluffy top makes the outfit seem funny but the bottoms keep it classy and stylish. To top it off, a pair of orange-colored glasses never did hurt anyone.
8. Spring – White
If someone tells me white is too mainstream for spring, I should just let them know that I am Lord Voldemort (ahem ahem). But no, even if it is worn a lot in the season, you can easily wear white in Spring and show the world that everything in the universe conspired to make you this pretty today. The crazy pants along with the top will give you the monochrome, professional, and light look you need. Go white!
9. Spring – Black
Black goes with everything. Absolutely everything. So needless to say, black is a perfectly appropriate color to wear in spring as well. To match and coordinate with the weather and the season, the shirt has been specifically picked for the monochrome outfit idea. The tiny and minute stars give off tranquility for the eyes, which makes it the optimal choice as a monochrome outfit idea.
10. Spring – Gray
While Gray may seem too gloomy to be wearing on a sunny and happy morning it should always be the go-to color, because why not? Spring is a casual season and you can show off your style while everyone is tangled in the spring dresses they are wearing. This outfit will be casual yet monochrome if worn with nimbus gray leggings. My advice: Stay casual – stay cool – stay breezy.
11. Summer – Pastel Blue
It isn’t just Gigi Hadid that can slay while wearing pastel blue, everyone can look ravishing while wearing the light and breezy color. You just need to know how to carry yourself and let the top and the flapper pants do their magic. A pair of sunglasses with blue-colored lenses would also suit the entire outfit and would look faultless.
12. Summer – Bold
There are many things to experiment with in summers, however there is one color that I think would be best for summers and to pull off for a classic monochrome look. Red. And more specifically the types, caramel red, and cranberry. This look is exemplary if you look at it in terms of season. It is light, soft, and stylish in the best possible sense. People would kill to pull this off.
13. Summer – White
White is such a light color and definitely one to wear as a monochrome outfit. It is refreshing to look at and will definitely give you the mood lift you need. The material you’re wearing needs to be light, and will guarantee you a classic look. However, you do need to keep in mind that white dirties quickly and you will have to be extra careful so as to not stain it. But if you’re sure that you can carry the look, well that’s a green light for you!
14. Summer – Black
Who says black is a winter color? I say, flaunt and kill black in every season if possible. This is the most superb way to wear black in summers, in my opinion. The loose black shirt goes and contrasts really well with the skinny pants and hence makes it appropriate as well. This monochrome outfit idea fits the definition best, and only has to come a short way to gain popularity.
15. Summer – Gray
The colors mentioned aren’t just for a specific season but can be worn anytime, anywhere. This outfit is the ultimate option for summers if you want to wear gray as a monochrome outfit. If you’re a bit skeptical on wearing an off-shoulder top then you can always flaunt the outfit with a light t-shirt or frilly gray top. A silver accessory would again be the perfect complement for it.
16. Winter – Pastel Pink
Some people say that light colors shouldn’t be worn in winters, and only dark should be preferred but they’re mistaken. Pastel colors are light and definitely fall within the definition of classy. One of my favorite colors to see in winters is pastel pink. And FYI guys, men can pull off this color too, and it is not a feminine color. The pastel pink purse, coat, and the shoes make the outfit look representable while the slightly light colored shirt and skinny pants make it delicate. Silver accessory will go best with it. Gold is not recommended.
17. Winter – Bold
With the age of technology taking over, everyone seems to want to wear maroon for winters, however now that it is too mainstream, I would suggest going for forest green. It is dark, and gives you the ideal monochrome outfit. A dark green coat over the forest green sweater will give you the edge in variations and will help you stand out with class if you wear it as a cape. The green trousers might not be readily available everywhere, so you might have to get them stitched, but I assure you it will be worth the effort.
18. Winter – White
Someone once told me that only a specific number of people with a specific skin-tone can pull off an all-white outfit. Well, this is for them. Everyone can wear all-white, and it is perfectly fine! White looks spotless on everyone, however if you’re planning to wear it as monochrome, this is the one outfit to keep in mind. Always match the sweater with the woolen cap, and the shoes with the purse. The long coat can grab everyone’s attention just by the off-white color and its rarity. Stylish.
19. Winter – Black
Black has always been the perfect go-to color for winters, and it is only reasonable to say that it provides the most amount of class that can ever be bestowed upon a person. This outfit looks spectacular. You can buy any specific pair of pitch black shorts with leggings and boots from anywhere, and get a lighter shade of a black chiffon shirt (preferably from H&M) to go with it. A black shoulder purse is a perfect accessory but if you want, silver rings can also provide evident amount of style.
20. Winter – Gray
Gray has always been my favorite monochrome color to wear in an outfit. You can pull it off in an effortless manner in winters and fall. However, if you’re not in the mood to go all fancy and give off the aura of a don’t-know-don’t-care vibe, then this is the perfect monochrome outfit for you. The shawl can cover all the delicacy and the sneakers will give off a lighter variation of the color, giving you the perfect classiness.