Packing for a photo-op filled trip? Here's a styling hack Erich Gonzales swears by that will make the process so much easier: bring clothes that come in matching hues. This way, you can think less about whether your top and bottom match-and you don't necessarily need to sport pieces in the same exact shade to pull off the coordinated look. The trick is to pick a color and work your entire outfit around that.
To inspire you, here are six different ways Erich does tonal dressing right when traveling:
If wearing a single shade seems a little too over-the-top, start easy by busting out a jacket and a top in the same color family.
Erich likes to pair this foolproof combo with her trusty denim pants and shorts.Continue reading below ↓
Running out of ideas on what to wear? Base your entire look on the color of your coat—may it be white, tan, or black.
Got a white pair of sneakers in your suitcase? Why not treat it as the base for a pristine all-white outfit?Continue reading below ↓
Wearing one color doesn't mean boring. Mix in some prints to keep things playful!
Here, Erich pairs a dainty blue floral dress with a navy blue coat.
P.S. If you want to look blooming on your next profile picture, wearing soft hues like blush pink is a way to go.Continue reading below ↓
Matching sets (a.k.a. co-ords) make dressing up for a trip less of a headache.Continue reading below ↓
For something easy to put together, try the classic black-on-black formula.
Mix various textures like leather, sheer, or lace to keep the all-black outfit from appearing flat or boring.Continue reading below ↓