Diane Von Furstenberg, Oscar de la Renta, Kate Spade
Do you feel like wearing two or more bright colors once again? Colorblocking is here to stay as seen on SS13 runway. Bring out those statement colored pieces – dress, pants, jumpsuit, jacket, or skirt – and start mixing them up together. Summer is all about having fun and going vibrant as much as possible in a polished, really stylish manner. So let´s get started!
Neon Orange Blazer and Topaz Jeans
Do you have a mint, topaz, or light blue colored pants? While they´d look whimsical with pastel items, they´d truly standout once teamed with a striking neon orange or tangerine jacket. Finish the look with a two-tone bag and a pair of complementary shoes.
Similarly, if you have that coveted tangerine trousers, pair it up with a mint or light blue top and matching peep-toe shoes for a look that´s a´la Diane Von Furstenberg´s runway.
Neon Green Jacket with Pink Dress
This outfit is as expensive as it looks but if you have the money, a neon green cropped jacket (which is currently 30% off at my-wardrobe) and a pink wool dress (also on sale) are great investments. They blend nicely together and once polished with black, the result is very sophisticated. When it´s time to work apart, they´d also work well with other pieces. What´s that versatility?
Blue Tassle Tank Top and Orange Pants
For girls who arent´s body conscious, its time to rock a pair of colored disco pants. Balance the statement of your pants with a stylish tassel tank top and accessorize with sunny yellow. Oh so delicious!
Blue Jacket Over Yellow Dress
Yellow, blue and black, star from above … Yes, look like a star in a fabulous yellow dress cinched at the waist with a black thick belt and gathered together with an adorable blue jacket. A black clutch and a nude pump will help deliver your message.
Blue Jumpsuit and Pink Blazer
Are you one of those few lucky women who already found an elegant bright jumpsuit? Elevate you luck with a colorblock. Add a blazer in complementary color. So if your jumpsuit is blue, throw over a sweet pink blazer. If it´s red, add a green or a tangerine blazer. Know the rules of colors and play it like a pro.
So tell me girls, how would do colorblocking this summer?