Monochromatic magic: Head-to-toe matching looks are this season's 'it' trend

It's an easy go-to style that's sure to get you noticed.

November 13, 2019, 12:04 PM

This year's street style looks and beyond have brought on an endless amount of mesmerizing monochromatic looks.

Designer labels such as Burberry, Tibi, Sally La Pointe and Carly Cushnie also lead the charge in showing great examples of head-to-toe matching hues up and down their fall/winter 2019 runways.

On Tuesday, "Frozen 2" star Kristen Bell was spotted outside of "Good Morning America" studios in NYC joining in on the trend by wearing a full-on deep cranberry red ensemble.

PHOTO: Actress Kristen Bell on Nov. 12, 2019 in New York City.
Actress Kristen Bell on Nov. 12, 2019 in New York City.
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Bell wore a belted Rochas trench coat along with matching booties. She accessorized the look with cool Violeta Amber sunglasses from Lapima and a similarly colored purse.

Additionally, royals such as Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have also got in on the monochromatic magic.

For the 10th Annual One Young World Opening Ceremony, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted in a rouge v-neck sweater paired with a matching-toned leather skirt.

Just ahead, check out more amazing monochromatic looks from A-list celebrities and fashion influencers just ahead.

Duchess Meghan

Duchess Markle has an eye for style and matcy-matchy moments. Try these for your next office outing.


In September, Bad Gal RiRi posted an incredible mashup of grays from her popular Fenty fashion collection.

Aimee Song

Song shows us how to rock fall trends in epic style. Try this layered mix for your next weekend stroll.

Tracee Ellis Ross

Ross shines bright and beautifully in a yellow dress topped with a matching caped topper from Maison Valentino.

Kellie Brown

Brown keeps it simple and chic with this ravishing red look from Eloquii.

Blair Eadie

Eadie shows us how to wear a full outfit of reds and pinks the right way.

Kahlana Barfield Brown

Brown stuns in an orange-tastic tonal flow of layers from head-to-toe.

Eva Chen

Chen recently showed off a great purple-on-purple ensemble that she paired perfectly with snakeskin boots.