Remember when fashion was deathly afraid of being matchy-matchy? Well, the tide has turned, and now everything is coming up one color all over. It's easy, you look put-together in 30 seconds flat, and, as demonstrated ahead, you're in good—nay, great—company. One caveat, though: HTT black doesn't count.
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Like a single unwrapped Reese's cup found in your desk drawer on a very dark day, Solange's sole purpose (in fashion) is to uplift and brighten. (Get a load of that Christian Siriano ensemble, will you?!) She does this by choosing pieces with interesting shapes and textures, and, of course, going so hard in the color department.
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Exhibit B: Marques Almeida
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On the night Kim and Kanye stayed up reinventing her look for 2015, Ye was like, "You know what would be genius but not even on a level close to approaching my genius? Wearing one color all the time." She's been doing it ever since.
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Exhibit B: A Skirt and Turtleneck Both in the Shade "Unwashed Mushroom"
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Exhibit C: Balmain
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Like her style twin Kimmy K., Jennifer Lopez always opts for high-octane silhouettes. When you're ignoring the legs-or-boobs rule, color's the one place you don't take risks.
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Exhibit B: Amanda Wakeley
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When she's not showing up on the streets of Santa Monica in coats with nothing underneath, Rihanna enjoys swaddling herself in floor-length wool and eating red sauce without dribbling any on her store-fresh white front. Rihanna's philosophy on monochromaticity: "It's comfortable and clean. #squad"
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Exhibit B: Céline
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Exhibit C: Stella McCartney
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Swift is the duchess of the flippy-skirt-boxy-top set, but don't tell her we called her that, or she might try to trademark it.
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Exhibit B: A Dress and Cardigan in Cream
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