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When you think of monochrome you probably think of black-and-white, but the literal definition is an image, or in this case a look, that is created from varying tones of one colour. While oki-ni are big fans of colour, summer outfits too often become a visual wrestling match, with the red and blue corners squaring off against each other in a fight for dominance. The following STYLED editorial shoot, oki-ni demonstrates how bright summer colours can work together, in tag-team, to create sophisticated looks that are a real knockout.

STYLED is an editorial series produced by the oki-ni creative team in collaboration with a range of guest talent – from celebrated fashion editors, publications and stylists.

PURPLE:

PURPLE MONOCROME AT OKI-NI

PURPLE: Use purple as your base colour and introduce two tones to give a tight monocrome style.

RED:

RED MONOCROME AT OKI-NI

RED: Use red as your base colour, introduce pattern or check into the mix keeping to red hues.

GREEN:

GREEN MONOCROME AT OKI-NI

GREEN: Green is the colour that stands out here with sand being the base colour.

ORANGE:

ORANGE MONOCROME AT OKI-NI

ORANGE: Orange is the key vibrant colour here with accents of pink. The dark denim jacket with orange stitching tones in with the blue of the orange.

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