The Monochromatic Look
O.K. So, I will let the cat out of the bag. I am a woman’s store owner/clothing stylist that has Tourette Syndrome. It has eased up as I have aged, but there are still some very strong and sometimes fun vestiges of this annoying Syndrome. One of my favorite is word games. This is what I call it. Briefly, my brain registers a word then continually offers me a pallet of choices spinning off from the original. Maybe you have a version of this little play on words rattling around your head from time to time. When you have Tourettes, it doesn’t stop and can get stuck for a very long time.
The reason I am telling you all this, is of course, the word ‘Monochromatic’. Since the idea for the blog popped into my head, I sit in my store deciphering the word list my brain is presenting to me. I try to choose the correct one.
.... a partial list…..
Don’t ask me the logic. There isn’t any. Now that I been able to choose the correct word to use in this stylist blog, hopefully you can happily read about the wonderful attributes dressing in a Monochromatic color scheme offers:)
The definition of monochromatic colors is all the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue. Monochromatic dressing is simple, elegant and easy to achieve. I do have some of my petite customers adamantly dressing only this way. One color dressing elongates the figure.
To add depth to your outfit play around with different textures. If you are top heavy, use a heavier texture on the lower portion of your figure.This will help balance your body structure.