The One Style Rule Every Fashion Girl Follows

There is a preconceived notion going around that in order to create a striking outfit, you need to have a lot going on in your look, but we are here to tell you exactly the opposite. For whatever reason, our brains naturally tell us to avoid pairing pieces together of the same color—that a monochromatic palette is somehow uninteresting. However, there are a handful of bloggers who are making a case for exactly the opposite.

This season, bloggers have been building their outfits around one shade at a time, resulting in some of the most eye-catching ensembles we have seen in a while. From blush to green to black to denim on denim, these striking monochromatic looks have us convinced you can make a bold statement without bringing too many colors into the mix. Hopefully they'll convince you too.

Scroll down for inspiring monochromatic looks to try this season.

On Anne-Laure Mais: Storets top; Simon Miller Small Bonsai Bucket Bag ($390)

The silver handle gives this bucket bag a futuristic twist. 

On Courtney Trop: Céline sunglasses; Pallas suit; vintage tee; Barneys New York Collection sneakers; Jimmy Choo bag

White sneakers are essential in every woman's closet. 

On Brooke Testoni: Silk Laundry dress; Camilla and Marc trench; Adidas Gazelle Shoes ($107)

A modern twist to on a crowd favorite. 

On Camille Charrière: Victoria Beckham sunglasses; Carven sweater; Courrèges skirt; Mango boots

On Jay Miranda: a.n.a. jeans, shirt, and jacket; Jessica Simpson heels; Rachael Ruddick bag

Prepare for some serious shoe envy with these heels. 

On Aimee Song: Michelle Mason dress and trench coat; Chanel pumps; Chloé bag; Celine sunglasses

The best thing about this piece is that it can be worn as a dress or a coat. 

On Taylr Anne: Madewell dress; M.i.h jacket; Manufacture Pascal bag; Coclico booties