How To Jump On The Tonal Trend

Sunday, 31 March 2019


How To Jump On The Tonal Trend

How To Jump On The Tonal Trend


I am a self confessed member of the monochrome army. And I am not ashamed to admit it! On a day to day basis, my wardrobe generally consists of black and white pieces, an occasionally, if I'm feeling fruity, a cheeky grey number. Now I realise that probably sounds very drab and boring, but, even though I'm an actor, I've never really been on to want to stand out from the crowd with my fashion choices. I find back to be extremely flattering and I usually feel quite sassy and safe when I'm wearing it.

But recently, a whole new hype for tonal colours has appeared in the shops, and lemme tell ya, I don't hate it. I always find myself drawn over to the colourful pieces, pick them up, say "they're beautiful"... and then buy it in black. But this year, I'm determined to branch out a bit further with my fashion choices, so I thought I'd write a post on how I'm going to ump on the tonal trend with a few simple pieces.

First Off, The Plain White Tee

We've all got one, they're a staple in everyone's wardrobe. Mine are usually used as a layering piece under woolly jumpers, but a crisp white tee is the perfect start to creating a tonal outfit.

Neutral Trousers

These are everywhere at the moment. You cant walk into a shop without seeing a pair. I chose more of a paper bag style, as they sinch my waist in and are super lightweight. These are from H&M, and aside from being ridiculously comfortable, they're also super affordable at £19.99.

 

White Trainers

When it comes to shoes, I know I'll be loving a pair of tan sliders when the sun comes out to play, but till then, I've been loving pairing my outfit with a pair of whit trainers. Like with the trousers, you can pick up a nice pair in basically every shop at the moment, so you can spend as much or as little as you like.

Finally, The Bag

Since straw bags blew into fashion last summer, I've had my eyes peeled for the perfect one, that would break the bank. I finally found this little number in Primark. Its big enough to hold all my unnecessary crap, has a handle aaaand a shoulder strap, and comes in a perfect light sand colour. I think a bag like this keeps an outfit casual, while still being enough of a statement, adding texture to keep the outfit interesting.

And that's completes the look. Its so simple and comfortable, but looks so chic and put together. If you have any tonal pieces that you're loving atm, lemme know in the comments below!

Thanks for readings,
Rosie x



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