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Hot Pink Moto Jacket + Victoria Beckham for Target Fuchsia Trousers = Monochromatic

I’m the Pink Panther’s doppelgänger today, ok, not really but he’s got some serious competition. I know the hot pink might seem like a bit too much at first but I promise I didn’t look like the Pepto-bismol bottle and I did not blind anyone with this look.

Outfit Details

The thing about monochromatic outfits is that they are very daring, especially if you’re wearing very bright colors like I did. In order to balance such a strong color, I added a lighter shade of the same color and mixed in a different color for contrast. I know the rule is to stick with the same color in order to create that cohesive monochromatic look but rules were meant to be broken. The turtle neck underneath the coat was the perfect shade of pink in order to balance out the coat and pants and I wore a pair of black and pink python ankle straps and I kept the oversized floral lace clutch (worn last post) to finish the look. I kept the accessories to a minimum since I did not want any distractions to take away from this look.

Top: Gap, purchase at Goodwill: $4.00 / Coat: The Limited Wool Moto Jacket, Purchased at Goodwill: $5.00 /  Clutch: Jessica Simpson Floral Lace Oversized Clutch, purchased at Goodwill: $4.00 / Thrifted total: $13.00


 

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Gap, ribbed turtleneck sweater, similar here

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Victoria Beckham for Target Hot Pink Trousers, Available here and here

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Steve Madden Python Black and Pink Suede Ankle Straps, similar here
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Jessica Simpson Lace and Floral Clutch, similar here
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The Limited, Sueded Moto Jacket, similar here and here

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