Summer monochrome essentials:



Top,  £14,  Asos;  Culottes, £110, £70, Jaeger;  Bag, *gift, Lulu Guinnes
(similar: here);  Denni shoes, £495, Bionda Castana

Monochrome separates make up the majority of my weekly workwear wardrobe. Nothing is quite as versatile as black and white staples - not only are they super easy to wear, but monochrome tailoring is so classic and versatile picking (and investing in) the right pieces will enable you to mix-and-match your looks for seasons to come.

To create a sleek and manageable capsule wardrobe, pick paired back pieces can be both understated and glam depending upon what you style them with - great pair of culottes can work as well with a pair of sandals as they do with a mule: helping you go from the office-to-bar with ease.

While colour-pop pieces can be really tempting you'll always make up your cost-per-wear (how I calculate whether I reallytruly need something) with minimal monochromatic options. You certainly can't go wrong purchasing timeless cuts and shapes, try to pick pieces with interesting or quirky detailing such as: ruffles, pleats and textured fabrics in order to add some character to each look. Monochrome doesn't have to feel monotonous.

Shop a few of my favourite new season pieces below...
Clockwise from top left: Monochrome block skirt, £17.99, New Look; DG6105 Sunglasses, £320, Dolce & Gabbana; 
MKK5006 Sunglasses, £149, Michael Kors; Wide leg culottes, £85, Boutique by Topshop; Darcy slingback points, £55, Office; Jinx Mary-Janes, £49, Topshop;  Gingham bardot top, £14.99, New Look; Kooky cat iPhone 6 case, £35, Lulu Guinness; Pleated skirt, £20.99, New Look 
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