Is official! Color blocking is in again!
To prove it, Queen Bey has been in NYC for over a week now and her outfits have been spotting the color-blocking theme.
First she flaunted her toned legs in hot pink leather shorts with an orange crop top.
Then she rocked this pink sweater and orange skirt
Then she rocked this casual, burgundy novelty tee with a high-waisted blue, yellow and orange gingham skirt. She carried a zesty tangerine hued satchel.
Color-blocking is a fun way to show your personality and style.
And you can rock it anywhere-it does not have to too wild. Neither would you come around as frivolous- take a look at Michelle Obama rocking this outfit like a boss.
So How Do You Do Color Blocking Right?
Whenever people are asked about tips on color blocking and they go into the color wheel thingy, my eyes just glazes over.
Well, here are 3 tips that are practical and easy to remember! Enjoy!
1. START SIMPLE:
Start with simple combinations such as blue and red or blue and orange. . As you get comfy begin to take brighter and bolder steps
2. TRY COLORFUL ACCESSORIES:
If you want to color-block but don’t want to go the whole monty, you can right statement accessories such as neck-pieces, shoes (such as a pair of bright shoes, or even a colorful handbag They do magic!
You can also brighten your look by trying ready-to-wear color-blocked pieces.
3. LOOK FOR COLOR BALANCE:
All item should have equal zing.Also choose your colors wisely.
Side Tip: Too bright color blocking has a way of making you look bigger- so easy on the brightness!