I'll admit I am not the most bright and colourful with regards to clothes, makeup and most things actually and this reflects through out my blog. But recently the more bold coloured items of clothing, accessories and nail polish have been attracting my attention. What I understand colour blocking to be is simply block coloured items of clothing, preferably a colour that stands out i.e not beige, with little pattern and detailing and bright accessories. Worn together in a way that does not blend but stands out whilst complementing each item. As someone who is new to brights and this trend I think that is somewhat of a good start.
Vogue say: "Loud and proud colour combinations make for a dynamic, confident look. Team colours from the same family together for a harmonious look. Think bright pinks with vivid fuchsias, turquoise with royal blue. Keep warmer tones like orange and red together. Go for a neutral-toned shoe to keep it simple. Work regal purples in with contrasting, fiery oranges. Try lime green with melon or rosebud pink for a pleasantly jarring combination. Go to town on the look with a loud, contrasting shoe or handbag" That's what I said.. right??
I find popular high street and online shops a great inspiration for style especially when it comes to trends i'm unfamiliar with or feel I would find hard to dress and so have have been scouring a handful of my favourite online shops for ideas and key pieces to compliment my new apex filofax for the blogger style off.
racer maxis | chiffon dress | criss cross sandals | bandeau | purse | chambray shorts | pussybow blouse | wide leg trousers | lemon wedges | flip flops
denim shorts | sheer vest top | wrap over playsuit | suede strappy wedges | bodycon skirt | pleated midi skirt
vest top | bodycon dress | shirt dress | yellow dress | models own feeling blue | denim trousers | navy skirt
bandeau | oversized shirt | feather earrings | vest top | collarless shirt | agate pendant | polka bandeau | chiffon shirtI decided to share these with you in a similar way to my previous post on festival style. It would be great to know how you interpret colour blocking in your wardrobe as i'm fairly new to the idea and the injection of bold colour into my wardrobe but I really like it!
Also, let me know what you think of the these outfit ideas /inspiration boards that i'm doing at the moment.. do you like it or is it a bit ott? I want to inject some colour and life into my blog without messing about with the design and really like this way of presenting ideas and inspiration. Yay or nay in your books?
I hope you all had a fabulous weekend!