>> Trend alert: Look good in mono­chrome colours

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Text by Eseohe Eb­hota @sleek_­diva88

There’s been one over­whelm­ing win­ner for the fash­ion trend of this sea­son: Mono­chrome. There is no se­cret trick to wear­ing them be­cause as long as you have tops, bot­toms, and ac­ces­sories in the same colour (dif­fer­ent shades of the colour work too), dress­ing in all one hue is su­per sim­ple and looks re­ally chic. It’s also a great look if you want to draw at­ten­tion to an awe­some new state­ment bag or pair of shoes. Colour co­or­di­nates must in­clude your top and bot­tom in a com­pletely dif­fer­ent colour. This week, I have some tips that can help you look good and trendy in mono­chrome colours ir­re­spec­tive of your height or size.

For the petite or

smallish peo­ple, they should con­sider monochromatic dress­ing be­cause it’s a styling tech­nique that can make you look taller.

For those on the big side, dark colours are best be­cause they re­cede, mak­ing the wearer look leaner, and when you look leaner, you rock.

Monochromatic dress­ing cer­tainly has the po­ten­tial to be very dull. To avoid this prob­lem, wear a monochromatic look with stylish cuts in the cloth­ing and trendy ac­ces­sories that will make your fash­ion state­ment look fresh, rather than clumsy.

You can top up your dress­ing by adding a pop of colour to a monochromatic look with a scarf

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