Monochrome dressing has proven to be a no-brainer styling technique to get a coordinated look in an instant. But while it's easy to do, it also has a tendency to look plain. Avoid this by heeding Sarah Lahbati's sartorial tips on how to master the art of monochrome dressing.
Dressing in all-white pieces can easily slide into too basic territory. Sarah suggests you mind the white pieces you put together and make sure they bear modern silhouettes and details. Take a look at her backless blouse, wide-leg trousers, and transparent block heels. When you put all the elements together, she looks polished yet up-to-date with the latest trends!
Red can be an overwhelming hue. Soften the bold head-to-toe look like Sarah by opting for clothes with subdued style, like a pajama-style top and track pants. You can break up the fiery outfit by carrying a logo bag in a complimentary color.
Breathe new life into a black on black ensemble by looking to your favorite movie characters for reference. (Sarah is definitely channeling Sandy Olsson from Grease). But avoid looking straight-out-of-the film by changing a few key details to your look: Instead of going with big curls, style your hair with barrettes or keep it sleek in a low ponytail. We especially love how Sarah wore a pair of trendy strappy shoes to modernize this '80s-inspired look.