Colour-blocks

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Summer is here and it’s hot! As we all know summer is all about colour and what better way to show this in an outfit than colour-blocking? What is colour-blocking? Colour-blocking literally means an outfit made up of 'blocks' of solid colour.This trend was a big hit last year, so why not continue it? However many are either confused on how to wear different 'blocks' of colour and usually get it wrong or they’re afraid of wearing so many bright colours on them.

So here are tips on how to wear this trend in the most fashionable way.


To play it safe, pair darker colours like black and brown with one lighter colour block



A colour block around the waist is a great way of highlighting an hourglass figure and 
drawing attention to your curves



Go for a neutral-toned shoes and go easy on the accessories to keep the rest of your look simple & Keep warmer tones like pink and red together. Don't you just love this look Emma Stone has pulled off?



To mix it up work regal purples in with contrasting, fiery oranges   




   If your outfit doesn't involve too much colour  you can mix it up with a loud, contrasting shoe or handbag, just like Reese Witherspoon




Iman's sky blue blouse is not happening with that bright yellow skirt.
Choose shades that have the same level of intensity like bright pinks with vivid fuchsias




Eliza Doolittle went overboard with that rainbow t-shirt. She would have  achieved a better look if she toned down her outfit with a plain black tee



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Colour Chart:



This Colour Chart will help you 'block' the right colours together. Follow the steps below:
1. Colors directly next to each other (i.e. yellow and yellow-orange; yellow and yellow-green; violet and blue-violet, etc.)
2. Colors that form right (90 degree) angles with each other (i.e. yellow and red-orange; blue and violet-red; green and orange, etc.)
3. Colors directly across from each other (i.e. yellow and violet; blue and orange; red and green, etc.)
4. Colors that form a T (i.e. blue, orange, and violet-red; yellow, violet, and red-orange; yellow, blue-green, and red-orange, etc.)
5. Colors that form an X (i.e. blue, orange, violet-red, and yellow, violet, blue-green, and red-orange, etc.)


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