In the latest episode of This Look Is Money, some of our favorite influencers show us how they stay on trend while staying within the confines of a monochromatic color scheme. Read on to see how Sade Solomon, Anna Sproul, and Dylana Lim Suarez break down these pieces from their wardrobe—all of which you can shop right now.
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“I like bold statement pieces,” Solomon says of her style. “I like things that are gonna spark conversations with people in New York City.”
Her monochromatic beige outfit seems to be exclusively made out of bold statement pieces, from her white lace-up boots from Zara to a matching button-up and cargo pants from The Frankie Shop. (“Have you ever put on a good pair of pants and it just makes you feel so amazing?” Solomon says of her bottoms. “That’s exactly how I felt when I put these pants on.”)
OUTFIT TOTAL: US$2,060
“I am loving monochrome trends right now, as you can tell,” Sproul says, referring to her all-brown outfit. “I absolutely love taking one color and you can just play with it, all the different shades. I think it’s so exciting.”
She emulates the autumnal shade by sporting a brown belted vinyl jacket from The Frankie Shop, a vintage J.Crew button-up, and leather ankle boots from Mango. Other knockout pieces include vintage Fendi pants and a vintage Fendi handbag, the latter of which she dug up from her mom’s closet.
OUTFIT TOTAL: US$3,185
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Dylana Lim Suarez
“I would describe my personal style as West Coast meets East Coast nostalgia,” Suarez says. “One of my favorite fall trends right now is, obviously, suit dressing and monochromatic color play.”
Suarez goes bold with her monochromatic palette, sporting head-to-toe violet attire. In lavender tights by We Love Colors and her Salvatore Ferragamo heels, Suarez gives the different shades of purple a romantic flair. Over the shoulders of her dress suit by Russian label Lesyanebo, she ties a fuzzy purple Mulberry sweater around her neck. For a finishing touch, she carries a handbag from Brooklyn-based label Anonie.
OUTFIT TOTAL: US$1,460
This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.