10 monochromatic looks from Salma Mumin we cannot get enough of

There is no real secret to wearing monochromatic looks. It almost always boils down to how well you pull it off and actress and fashion designer Salma Mumin pulls it off elegantly.

Sometimes with the occasional bag or jewellery accessory, Salma rocks sweet but toned-down candy colours effortlessly. Her latest ready-to-wear spread from her clothing brand LurebySalma features a wardrobe of easy, breezy monochromatic outfits. Mostly form-fitted in the midsection to flatter all body sizes, her outfits are usually tapered at the legs- it’s all about ease and tension.

We absolutely adore Salma Mumin’s monochromatic tastes. It’s simple but chic and it draws attention to that statement bag or pair of shoes that you nearly maxed out your ATM card for.

Need ideas on how to colour coordinate and pull of that killer canvas of a look? We give you inspiration from Salma Mumin’s wardrobe.

Here are 10 monochromatic looks from Salma Mumin we simply cannot get enough of:

White tonight.

Back to black.

Lady Olive


Blue Schmooze.

Latte night dress.

Brown Skin Girl

Khaki Casual

Princess in Peach.

Modesty maybe.





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