TREND: Prowling the Catwalk with Monochromatic

Every autumn there are a handful of prints on the prowl, but this trendsetter pounced on one of my favorites: leopard. While this animal-influenced pattern might not be anything new, I’m quite enamored with the way this Fashionista managed to work it into her wardrobe. She portrays sleek sophistication: it’s very adult (in a good way) and chic.

Her simple slim silhouette is the perfect canvas to begin the ensemble because leopard is bold. Thus, I like the way this fashion frontrunner decided to only wear a single accent piece. By sticking to neutrals everywhere else, she both spotlights and tones down the leopard and modernizes it. Animal-print accents are the ideal way to freshen up timeless stapes and make them feel current again.

Falls call for leather is always exciting and thrilling. Her corresponding toned belt and boots flow perfectly together. The belt is unexpected and assertive, the perfect way to wake up any outfit. Meanwhile her boots are experiencing a serious fashion moment, they are seen everywhere on everyone, yet still as fashionable as ever.

While some may say monochromatic looks are dull and dreary, I say they are quite the opposite. Dressing in a single color palette is very difficult, thus when it’s done correctly, the effect is stimulating. This Fashionista’s inspiring and eclectic taste should be meowed about on the catwalk!

Hint: Brown hued clothing can be boring. But, if it fits right and is styled correctly, chocolate, bronze, and hazel browns can add depth and continuity to any outfit. Just be sure to add warmer and cooler shades to add a contrast.
 

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