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[jacket: ae (similar) // top: jcrew (similar) // pants: banana republic (on sale!) // kicks: valentino // scarf: target (similar) // baubles: jcrew (here and here), michael kors, stella & dot // sunnies: chanel]

If someone had told me 6 months ago that I would have purchased a pair of red (velvet) pants AND decided one blustery day to try an entire monochromatic look in red, I would have told that person that they were crazy.  But on a blustery day just last week, I found myself doing that.  So let's chalk that up to going outside of your comfort zone and trying something new.

A few tips if you are going to try out the monochromatic look (in any color): don't be afraid to mix fabrics - this will help give your outfit more depth since you are working with a singular color; it doesn't have to be the exact color - again, it speaks a bit to the depth thing, but just make sure they are close enough; breaking it up can be a good thing - like this look, try adding a scarf or different color jacket, especially if the singular color thing is still a little outside of your box.

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  1. Up until the last year or so I would have said that I didn't really care for red but lately I just cannot get enough of it. I have been buying pieces of red clothing almost every chance I get lately. I really love your head to toe look.

    Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

  2. LOVE this - I've never really thought red looked good on me but it's been on my mind a lot lately. You look amazing in it!!
    Nikki at www.bedazzlesafterdark.com


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