MONOCHROME RACING

Untitled #52
SKIRT: Josh Goot (similar: Asos), BUSTIER: Josh Goot, HEELS: Harper & Harley x Tony Bianco, CLUTCH: Saint Laurent, BOATER: Brooks Brothers (similar: Asos)





Untitled #51

BANDEAU: Witchery, BLAZER: Acne Studios (Similar: Asos), SKIRT: Maticevski (Similar: Asos), MULES: Gianvito Rossi, CLUTCH: Givenchy


Untitled #50

SKIRT: Josh Goot, (Similar: Asos), CROP: Josh Goot, HEELS: Joie Abbot, CLUTCH: Saint Laurent, HEADPIECE: Fillies Collection from Myer, LIPSTICK: YSL in 1 Le Rouge

If I haven't already convinced you enough that you don't necessarily need colour and bold & statemental pieces to 'stand out,' and that simple aesthetics is the best form of aesthetic.. well I am here again to convince you with my top picks for monochrome racing. Melbourne spring racing is known for 3 things. Colour. Horses. and more Colour. Well conforming to my minimalist dressing, here are 3 outfits to hopefully convince the minimalist in you that colour isn't always the way to go.. my bets this racing season (ignore the pun) are on monochromatic wear: grid, pinstripe and the usual black and white. Play around with textures and structures rather than colour (which is something Aussie designers are nailing at the moment.. Josh Goot, Dion Lee, Ellery and not to mention the king of racing - Maticevski). Head pieces don't necessarily have to comply with the rules of spring racing of bird nest millinery pieces.. that don't particularly take my fancy. A simple silver/gold halo such as here, here or a subtle mesh vail (here) or straw boater hat (here) (inspired by Carmen of Chronicles of her) is the perfect accoutrement for keeping it simple and classy.

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