How to Wear Monochrome this Fall

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

Navy is by far my favorite color to wear, so when I realized I had so many fall-perfect pieces in the same hue, I decided to put them all together to create a monochrome look. I’ve been seeing more and more of the monochrome trend recently, and I definitely don’t hate it.¬†I think that wearing the same color across an entire outfit is figuring flattering and very chic.

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

This navy J.Crew sweater is one of my favorites for fall. I love the bell sleeve and how it’s a bit longer in the back. It’s the perfect length for a slight front tuck, which is how I styled it here. I already have my eye on this sweater in violet, ivory and cranberry colors that it comes in. I’m not kidding when I say I kind of want to buy all of them…

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

To add to the monochrome look, I paired my navy J.Crew sweater with a pair of J.Crew Factory pants and Sam Edelman heels in the same hue. I love how each piece is a slightly different shade and texture, but somehow together they all come together. I think the most important part of styling a monochrome look is to embrace different textures and silhouettes so each piece stands out.

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

Emily Lucille Monochrome Navy J.Crew Sweater, Sam Edelman Telsa Heel

What colors are you wearing together to create a monochrome look this season? I would love to hear from you!

Shop the look:

 

J.Crew White Ruffle-Front Shirt, Levi’s Jeans, Ann Klein Loafers, J.Crew Earrings, Dana Rebecca Necklace

Photos by Courtney Ann Photography