Tone on tone dressing seems so simple, yet it's contrasting textures and patterns that gives this look, the edge. Lori explores one of our favourite colours this season - Olive Green in shades of Squirrel, Khaki and Bark.
How to Wear: Tone on Tone Tees
Tone on tone dressing is flattering for all shapes and sizes. It's also really easy to pull together when you're in a hurry. The goal is to put together tones that sit in the same 'family' - they don't have to be 'matchy matchy'. Lori plays with this season's modern range of pure cotton tees from cloth+paper+scissors to give her outfit a fresh, youthful twist. This high low style in 'Bark' has a flattering back and is easy to wear over our Squirrel Cord Jean with straight leg.
How to Wear: Patterns & Tone
This season's gorgeous Shadow Print Floral Shirt is exclusive to Goondiwindi Cotton. For styles like this that are busy on top, keep it simple on the bottom with tonal pants. White also works to brighten the face if you feel like solid colours drown you out.
How to Wear: Block Colours
The trick to wearing matching tones, is texture. By adding texture, you're giving contrast to an outfit and definition between the top and bottom. Lori pairs this season's Squirrel Ribbed Jumper with our matching Squirrel Cord Jean. To define your waist, add a belt at leisure.
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