It is the kind of green that I like the best, with blue/teal undertones. I think monochromatic makes every color seem like neutral. Wearing one solid color helps to elongate your frame and draws the attention to the face and the person. I think it is better if the color are not exactly the same but have similar saturation level and the same undertones.
Of course you have to use your judgment how literally you can take monochromatic. I think green tights would have been too much but I like the green-on-green necklace.
I am wearing Brora cashmere turtleneck, J.Crew double serge wool pencil skirt in Viridian Green, Jeffrey Campbell shoes, Barbour Utility Jacket, Hue Tights and necklace bought on my trip to Jerusalem.
This is another outfit that is based on the same principle, this time in pink and purple or, in J.Crew lingo 'Bright Dahlia'.
Again, this is another Brora sweater with J.Crew double serge pencil skirt and neutralized with saddle brown. You have to excuse my hair, but in this picture I am on my way to get it done, so I did not bother.
I have worn this outfit before (see HERE). The only new thing is the tights that I just got at J.Crew. KnitYarns, this is for you (we have run into each other the day I bought them). I love the color and how they match my boots and they are actually much closer in color irl.
That's all folks!
Do you like monochromatic?
Please share, it would be no fun without you!!!