Monotone Summer to Fall Outfit

Monotone Summer to Fall Outfit

I honestly wasn’t intentionally thinking about Fall when I wore this look, but I must have been subconsciously because this monotone summer to fall outfit has all those pretty autumnal colors.

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I’ve talked about my love for these everlane cropped pants before here (actually wearing them with another bodysuit too!) As a petite woman, these are the best cropped pants I’ve ever owned and I’ll probably continue to buy them in other colors. My size is a 2 short, although I’m thinking of getting my next pair in a 0 so I can have one pair that’s a little more fitted than the other. Which goes to show how good these pants are that they can look great both ways!

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Bodysuit: Nordstrom Pants: Everlane Purse: Mango Heels: similar, similar Scarf: amazon Sunglasses: ASOS Hat: similar Purse: similar Earrings: similar

 

Unless it’s an all-black or all-white outfit, where matching the colors perfectly is easy, when I’m going for a monotone look I prefer to choose shades in the same color spectrum. This way each color compliments one another, without looking like I’m trying to get too matchy-matchy.

These particular monotone colors choices are obviously perfect for Fall, but because I tend to be my most tan self at the end of the summer, I love this gradient for the way it compliments tanned skin too ☀️

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