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The Monochrome Outfit that isn’t Black or White

May 15, 2018

Song of Style

Aimee Song, fashion blogger of Song of Style, styles a monochrome look with a Yumi Kim dress, Céline blazer, and 73 hours shoes. Céline Vintage Blazer (similar here) / Yumi Kim Wrap Dress (similar here and affordable similar here) / Staud Bucket Bag (available here and similar here) / 73 Hours Heels (similar here and affordable similar here) / Chloé Feminities Necklace Do you ever put together a monochrome outfit where the pieces go so well together? I hope you have, because it’s a beautiful thing when this moment of outfit harmony seems to happen. In this case, I paired this gorgeous Yumi Kim wrap dress (similar here and affordable here) with an oversized vintage Céline vintage blazer (similar here). The colors are near identical between the two pieces making the monochrome effect. Even though burgundy tends to be more of a fall/winter color, the fact that my outfit is in a lighter weight material, it makes it wearable for spring. Also, the blazer is breezy instead of heavy and the slit in the dress gives a cool carefree vibes. Turn on your JavaScript to view content I topped off this spring burgundy look with bedazzled 73 Hours heels (similar here and affordable similar here) and Staud bucket bag (available here and similar here). Would you guys wear a head to toe burgundy look during spring? Let me know! Céline Vintage Blazer (similar here) Yumi Kim Wrap Dress (similar here and affordable similar here) Staud Bucket Bag (available here and similar here) 73 Hours Heels (similar here and affordable similar here) Chloé Feminities Necklace