This Is the Easiest Way to Nail the Monochromatric Trend
For the latest (and easiest) in monochromatic dressing, please reference the ivory coat and accessories from Proenza Schouler’s fall 2016 show. A departure from the precisely coordinated spandex separates we’ve noticed these last few years (see the Kardashians, Jenners, and everyone else styled by Monica Rose), this look brought a refreshing sense of subtlety to matchy-matchy fashion; it felt completely natural, like the model just so happened to throw on pieces that perfectly worked together. Wouldn’t it be nice if all outfits played out that way?
Most can, if you invest in one (or all!) of the outerwear and boots pairings below, each picked by our fashion team to streamline your a.m. routine. Plan on wearing your favorite combo over, well, everything—and extra points if you add a handbag in the same color scheme.
The most sophisticated way to wear red in high quantities: with deep wine rather than full-on tomato. Combined with black, especially, is an option you can take to the office.