Yesterday was so cold and icy out. I recently wrote about how an outfit can completely reflect or change your mood (Gold Hearts post). Well, I was cold and tired so I decided I didn’t want to cheer up my look but instead stick with a monochrome look of black, and varying shades of grey and white. I also recently wrote about how marled sweaters (Multicolored Marled Sweater post)are much easier to dress up if they are grey/black/white and that’s just what I did today.
I don’t remember where I got this beaded black necklace from, but it’s a long necklace that I doubled up. The sweater and black pants would’ve been fine for work, but I decided to dress it up a bit more with the necklace. I did consider breaking up the monochromatic look with a coral necklace, but then opted for the black. The sweater is a drop shoulder, hi-lo sweater which I love! Since it is a drop shoulder sweater it could easily go between casual and dressy. I couldn’t get a good full-length picture because I had a delayed opening today and the natural lighting was not cooperating so I had to move around and find a good spot to stand and put the tripod. #bloggerproblems
In my Monday-Friday basket this week…
Face: Smashbox More than Primer Blemish Control, Covergirl Tone Rehab Foundation, Benefit Erase Paste,Smashbox High Definition Concealer, bareMinerals Well Rested, Neutrogena Mineral Powder, bareMinerals Mineral Veil, Milani Baked Bronzer, L’oreal Magic Lumi Primer (highlight), theBalm Instain Blush (Houndstooth), bareMinerals Luminizer, Mac Fix+
Eyes: Lorac Behind the Scenes Primer, Kat Von D Ladybird Palette, Essence I Love Extreme Crazy Volume Mascara, Wet n Wild Brow Kit
Lips: bareMinerals lip gloss (Flair)
I wish I had gotten more of those little Kat Von D True Romance palettes when they were out last year before they got discontinued because I love how compact and versatile this Ladybird one is.
What do you think of monochromatic looks?