Styling Tip #1 Monochromatic Accessories
Having go-to accessories can elevate a look in a pinch
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Each season I tend to develop a "uniform" of sorts. I have basics that I gravitate towards and can trust to work. When I want to spice them up or dress them up, monochromatic accessories are what I've come to count on. Bonus, accessories are usually more affordable, and it's usually easier to find the right fit.
These sets come in handy when I'm rushing to get ready or my outfit for the day didn't come together the way I thought it would. They are on standby if I need or want something extra.
As you can see, a belt and shoe pairing is my favorite right now. Monochromatic sets can work to suit you, though. If you're a hat or bag gal, throw those in the mix.
This tip is simple, find a matching pair or set of accessories that can work with many outfits in your closet. I suggest looking in your closet first, and then shopping to suit or match what you already have.
For my first look, I paired a tan belt I've had for awhile with these tan heels. This pair would look great with a dress or jeans, too.
The next pair is black with silver detailing. Matching the hardware also makes the accessories look thoughtful and put together. Here is pair of similar shoes.
The third look is black with gold details. I also threw on some gold hoops to match.
I love how tan, nude, and taupe can tie a look together, too. These options are a little more tricky to match, but the girls at Sophie are great at styling and can definitely hook you up with a matching set!
Tag me in any of your monochromatic accessory looks! I'd love to see them!