Pair separate pieces of the exact same shade or mix together a multi-textured outfit to achieve that clean, single-hue look the celebs have been wearing. Here are some pegs:
There’s no such thing as over-doing a monochromatic outfit. Anne Curtis sports the trend with a hot pink-on-hot pink dress and pumps, while Heart Evangelista carries a pastel blue bag to match her pastel blue suit.
Blue on blue jeans
Sisters Toni and Alex Gonzaga use their denims to wear tone-on-tone, donning sweet, feminine blouses that are close to the shade of their jeans.<
These nude looks on Sue Ramirez and Janine Gutierrez are as fresh and ~natural~ as you can get. You can add a nude heel or an ankle-length coat all you want—without fear of going OTT.
Shining, shimmering silver
Can’t dull their sparkle! Nadine Lustre's and Kira Balinger's shine-on-shine OOTDs are spot-on.
Thankfully, this season’s Gen Z yellow’s such a joy to style! It girls Solenn Heussaff and Martine Cajucom are definitely fans of the monochrome trend and the new ~it~ color.
Black or white
Queens Pia Wurtzbach and Catriona Gray play up the traditional suit with unconventional tailoring (notice Pia’s flared trousers and Catriona’s off-the-shoulder neckline!) and make non-colors more interesting.
Red all over
Ladies in red Sue Ramirez and Heart Evangelista show us why it’s impossible to resist this striking, bold color. Put on an equally fiery red lip for good measure.
Trust us, it’s ~safe~ to combine pieces from different seasons as long as it lies in the same color family.
Kira Balinger dares to wear a fur sweater with a cheerleader skirt—a look that’s equal parts sweet and sexy in our opinion—while Nadine Lustre updates the cargo pant by pairing it with a silk corset!
Denim on denim
While a full-on denim look is a trend on its own, wearing similar tones of denim together makes an even stronger impact, as seen on Maine Mendoza and Liza Soberano.
To color block is another styling trick that’s trend on its own. But technically, pink and red come from the same color spectrum (red + white = pink) so it may count as monochromatic, and is exactly the reason why Kylie Verzosa’s red and pink separates looks so seamless together