Embracing the Monochromatic Trend

  1. Marsha says:

    You always look fabulous and so put together in your posts. I have to admit that I am not a blazer person. They had their place when I was still working, but now I find them to be way too fussy and confining. I prefer a more casual look or if I am dressing up a bit, I like a dress. I won’t say they are frumpy because Ralph Lauren does that look so well. Or he used to. Nothing better than a navy blazer and some cool trousers. But that is only every now and then for me.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Marsha. I love blazers because they are that third layer that instantly elevates an outfit. But style is always about personal choice.

  2. Carolina Girl says:

    Thanks, Beth, you look awesome. I’m a Talbots girl but will take another look at AT. I haven’t visited in many years. I have an ivory monochromatic outfit I wear to holiday events (with a touch of gold metallic) and always get compliments. Tonight I have a work-related event and will wear mono-black. Your post inspired me!
    Say hi to Oscar!

  3. Julie says:

    Hi Beth, please do a grey taupe monochromatic look. I would appreciate your recommendation on items in this color scheme which I find interesting because it can look more warmer taupe or more cooler gray depending on the lighting.

  4. Leanne Gillespie says:

    What a beautiful winter white look. Blazers are the icing on an outfit whether it’s dressing up or down. Unlike a sweater it’s seems more intentional and finished and can take you anywhere. My favorites are from Sun Kim (sadly no longer making under that label) done in a classic but longer cut in a nylon fabric that can be folded into nothing and packed easily. They make any outfit fab!

  5. Michelle Hamric says:

    Monochromatic dressing has always been one of my favorite ways to dress. At only 5’2” for me it creates a seamless long line for that flawless, oh so chic, look that I absolutely adore! A monochromatic winter white outfit is definitely swoon worthy.

    And, of course, Beth all of your monochromatic looks you showcased today are beautiful, elegant and chic.

  6. Beth P says:

    Do the Ann Taylor pants fit true to size? I wear size 6 in Talbot’s pants.

  7. Nancy B. says:

    You look stunning and polished in this white monochromatic outfit! Thanks for the informative post on how to pull this look off stylishly!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      I’m so happy to hear you found the post informative. And I just love, love, love winter white. It’s simplicity in motion. Thanks for stopping by!

  8. I really like this look and outfit you put together. I just got these slacks two weeks ago and have the similar blazer from Ann Taylor from last Spring. Can hardly wait to wear this look. You look so chic. I liked the all black outfit last week also.

  9. Beth M. says:

    Chrome actually means color, not light:
    borrowed from French chrôme, borrowed from Greek chrôma “color.”
    You look wonderful!

  10. Beth you look stunning in your winter white outfit. I enjoy your fashion ideas and travel adventures..

  11. Linda Miller says:

    Love your hair, shades and heels with
    This monochromatic outfit! You look so cool and young!

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