Monochromatic looks are daring, fun and chic. Supermodel Karlie Kloss stuns in a head to toe powder blue ensemble. With these easy pieces you can also pull off this out-of-the-box outfit. Here’s how to get this Karlie Kloss light blue look for less.
Karlie Kloss Light Blue Monochromatic Look for Less
A baby blue turtleneck is a great piece to have. This color screams winter and is a hue that looks great on all skin tones. This light blue top by Something Navy can be dressed down with a pair of jeans or dressed up with a nice festive skirt.
Matching Jacket and Pants
A classic matching jacket and trouser is never out of style. Try pairing this Theory blazer and crop pants in ‘blue stream’. Together they make a match made in heaven or great standout pieces when worn alone!
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The Tonal Overcoat
The Classic Accessories
Since the Karlie Kloss light blue outfit is already very striking keeping your accessories minimal is key. An easy going stud earring like these from Kate Spade New York you may already have in your jewelry box and a criss cross classic heeled sandal will make the monochrome look complete.
Styling tip: To make monochromatic or all one color styling work, make sure at least two of the pieces are an exact match, like the Theory blazer and pants we chose. Then you can go a shade slightly lighter or slightly darker with your other pieces (overcoat, top and shoes) but match the colors as closely as possible.
What color would you like to wear with monochromatic styling?
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