Monochrome items come in black and white, or in varying tones of only one colour. Its lack of colour can make these clothing look uninteresting at a first glance.

However, it’s colour pattern is a timeless combo that has proven effective in striking an elegant and polished look.

For the ladies, here are six items in monochrome designs you should add to your wardrobe collections.

Palazzo pants

Palazzo is back in vogue, and monochrome palazzos are even more stylish. A simple high waist monochrome palazzo can be paired with a crop top or bodysuit to pull an effortless evening look. For official events, monochrome palazzo also looks great when combined with a form-fitting blazer and tank-top.

Peplum blouse

These peplum tops could be in black and white stripes, polka dotted, floral or checkered. To achieve a chic look, get it paired with a plain-coloured skirt. They can be also matched with a bright-coloured trouser or skirt to create a contemporary impression.

Kimono Jackets

The traditional Japanese jacket is one fashion item that monochrome has redefined. The black and white patterned kimono jackets are versatile, pairing well with everything from denim to midi skirts, dresses and trousers.

Shirt Dress

Although dresses are the safest options for formal events, a flattering monochrome shirt dress is one way to create a sensational aura at a friend’s hangout. You can decide to pick a shirt dress with a striped, floral or checkered pattern that best complement your body shape.

Zebra Striped Trousers

The zebra-striped trousers are fascinating and classic for every occasion. Add a pop to your outfit by combining it with brightly coloured tops or jacket. An off- shoulder plain white top will also bring a playful mood to your outfit. Then the traditional blend of plain black or white shirts is also amazing.

Two-piece outfit

Layering two-piece of monochrome is another way to achieve a glamorous look. A two-piece monochrome outfit may be a pencilled vertically patterned trouser paired with a jacket or top with the same pattern.



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