It's no secret that the sartorial-obsessed love a good press tour. Sure, it's always fun to see said actor chat about their latest project, the new role they assume on screen, and more, but the one thing that you can always expect from their media rounds? A mini runway show, because the outfit changes during their tour are a plenty. Case in point: Kate Bosworth's The I-Land press tour looks, which were, in short, monochromatic perfection. Get out a pen and paper, because the actor just served up a comprehensive lesson in one-tone dressing — and you'll to take note of every detail ASAP.
You can always count of Bosworth to serve up chic, refined, fashion-forward goodness. And that's why avid street-style watchers always get quite excited when she steps out for an event or even for a quick stroll around NYC. Remember that dress-and-sneakers combo she sported around the Big Apple back in June 2018? Yeah, it caused a frenzy (in the best way possible, of course).
Now, the ever-stylist trendsetter is back at it again, but this time with five different outfits (yes, really) in a matter of just two days — and that's because she's currently doing press for her latest role in The I-Land, a Netflix miniseries that follows 10 people who wake up on an island with no memory.
On Sept. 11, Bosworth kicked off her rounds with a visit to the BUILD Speaker Series, and everything about her fall ensemble nailed the style mark. The hero piece was a burnt-orange, long-sleeve mini dress by Chloé, which she teamed with similarly toned accessories including croc-effect ankle boots and mini shoulder bag, both also from the French house.
The finishing touch? A swipe of red-orange lipstick that coordinated to a T with her monochromatic look.
On Sept. 12, the actor was photographed strutting around NYC in another one-tone outfit that you'll definitely want to copy all fall long. She donned a nude, sleeveless midi dress from Bec & Bridge — a brand she's been shopping a lot as of late.
Bosworth rounded out everything with slouchy, knee-high boots, also rendered in a coordinating beige hue, the same Chloé bag she carried the day prior, and a swipe of orange-red lipstick (are you sensing a pattern here?)
Monochromatic dressing is actually quite simple to master, and it's one of the easiest ways to look exceptionally refined and chic. As Bosworth demonstrates, all of the pieces don't have to be rendered in the exact same shade — just as long as they fall within the same color family. A bright-red dress with dark, burgundy boots is a great option, for example.
Ahead, shop a few of the stunning dresses Bosworth wore for her The I-Land NYC press tour rounds, plus others that make for a great base piece for a one-tone fall getup.