Embrace Colorblocking In Your Wardrobe With These Easy Outfit Inspos
By JESSICA CHOI
Mix Secondary Colors
While many use colorblocking as a bold fashion statement, you can be subtle with pastel shades. Keep things flowing by matching your top and bottom and then adding a coat of another color for a look that is instantly soft and chic.
Combining primary colors will have a dynamic effect that won't allow people to look away from you. Follow Viola Davis' lead and go for drama with a long dress with two opposing colors — you won't even need to accessorize!
If you really want to take colorblocking to the next level, wear many different colors to create a fun, pop-art look. The only rules are to stick with solids, and to try to keep the textures in the same family to avoid looking too busy.
Many think of monochromatic as only one shade, but it can mean all the hues in one color family. If your wardrobe is filled with contrasting purple pieces, mix and match your clothes to create a color-blocked look.
Adding a bright piece to your neutral outfit is a subtle and elegant way of colorblocking. Pick a neutral like white, beige, or silver, match your accessories to your neutrals, and choose one colorful piece that will really pop.