Some people think monochromatic looks are too “matchy-matchy” like they would like to say. I think when it’s well done or well put together, it’s pretty nice and chic. If there’s a any rule I’d love to follow in Fall, it’s the maximal use of the oxblood or burgundy color. Personally, rich tones such as wine or oxblood or burgundy … (however you want to call it), deep purple, hunter green, or olive for example are the colors I tend to lean toward in this season. Styling these boots with this two-tone burgundy tunic – that I’m wearing here as a dress – was a no-brainer; and because I was going for a monochromatic look, I reached out to my suede oxblood tassel clutch, a pretty cute clutch that I’ve had for over a year and only styling now. I’m glad I yanked it out from the back of the purse closet, as I think it’s the perfect addition to this pretty little number! To finish out my look, I added this plaid scarf which was very much needed despite the seemingly summery sunshine that was spying on us that day. Don’t let it fool you though; it was fairly chilly that afternoon! … And mind you, the whole lighting for this photo-shoot was purposely set around the autumn atmosphere. Props to my personal amateurish photographer Aka hubby! 😉 I love it! I hope you do too. Off I go! 🙂
Thanks so much for reading and cheers to a great weekend!