The Easiest Hack For Putting Together A Killer Outfit

No matter how much clothing you have in your closet, you've probably felt like you just can't figure out what matches, or what really "works" together. But, there's a street-style approved hack for getting dressed that's about to make your wardrobe decisions so much easier: Next time you're in a hurry, or just can't seem to pull together an ensemble you love, try wearing pieces all in the same color.
Monochromatic outfits couldn't be simpler to pull-together: Neutrals are always a safe bet — there's a reason all-black-everything and groutfits are go-to's — but bolder hues, like cobalt blue or burnt orange, also work like a charm. With this hack always in-mind, you'll never have to worry if your look "matches" ever again, because it always will. Click on to see it in practice, and allow this little trick save your ensemble the next time you just "can't deal."
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Photographed by Cris Fragkou.
Bonus points are in order for mixing lush textures like velvet and silk.
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Shorts-over-pants is not out of the question.
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If you want to break things up a bit, add a printed topper. Easy as that.
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You can never go wrong with black-on-black.
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Gray and silver are a match made in metallics heaven.
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Bright blue sweater, light blue shoes. Boom.
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Matching sets are a no-brainer.
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Pair a sky-blue top with your lightest jeans and a pair of bold heels.
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Photographed by Cris Fragkou.
Proof khaki can be cool.