Everyone from the Princess of Wales to Kim K. is rocking the monochromatic trend, and we can totally see why: it’s absolutely stunning and timeless. It makes any outfit, athleisure wear included, look elegant and chic. Stress-free outfit selection that makes you instantly look pulled together? Sign us up!

The best part about this trend? Anyone can do it! Because you’re choosing items within the same color palette, you don’t have to worry about things “going together.” Here are a few ways you can play with this trend to make it your own.


Play With Fabric

Depending on the time of year or your personal preference, choose your color palette, and then focus on fabric. You can either go with a uniform look, like this all silk set that’s perfect for work from Sophie Grace, or all cashmere, like this outfit from State of Cashmere. If you want to change it up, mix and match different fabrics together to create visual interest that stays within the monochromatic aesthetic.


Add a Subtle Detail

Just because your outfit is all the same color, doesn’t mean it has to be plain! Choosing items with an elegant detail can add a little sparkle that catches the eye. We love the rhinestone detailing on this Trina Turk set and the embellished sleeves on this Ramy Brook top.


Include Accessories

To go for a full, head-to-toe look, make sure to include accessories in the same color as your outfit. That means your shoes (like these boots from Naturalizer) purse, and hat will all contribute to the overall look.


Don’t Forget Activewear and Loungewear

Take this trend everywhere — from Barre to the bedroom! Take your workout up a level with monochrome workout wear like this white bra and leggings from BuffBunny. Time for some rest? Kick back in a solid color set in a cozy fabric like this French Terry Lounge Set from NYDJ. The best part? This NYDJ set is available in the FabFitFun 2023 Spring Box!


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Use Color as a Neutral

Neutral colors usually consist of black, white, brown, and grey, but you can use colors as a neutral too. Just make sure the shade isn’t too overwhelming.  Choose a softer color like this dusty blue set from Tavi or this beautiful bronze from P.J. Salvage.


xx, The FabFitFun Team