Remember the year when color blocking was the only big thing? Several springs back we used to ooze about the bright solid separates worn as an ensemble in the most captivating and bold combinations. The brighter and bolder, the better. Then we saw this trend moved into already colorblocked pieces from shoes to tops and dresses. And then it quietly retreated.
But for this year´s spring, designer Donna Morgan is reviving the trend through colorblocked dresses in fresh, minimalist tones and simple shift silhouettes. I love the elegance of these dresses and how, while they´re simple, they standout.
1. Dolman-Sleeve Color-Block Dress
Donna Morgan Womens Dolman-Sleeve Color-Block Dress
Truly vibrant and soft to the eyes, I love the cute combination of flan and enamel in this shift dress featuring fresh dolman sleeves and casual-smart scoop neckline. Finish the outfit with leg-lengthening nude or metallic strap heels.
2. Color Block V-Neck Shift Dress with Front Zipper
Donna Morgan Womens Color Block V-Neck Shift Dress with Front Zipper
For girls who look to add a foot of length to their height while staying comfy in a roomy knee-length dress, this sleeveless V-neck colorblock is a sure pick-me-up. Boosting a dazzling nude aloe tone colorblocked with white, updated with a pair of striking black vertical line, this darling will make you look taller like no other. Wear with white, nude or black strap heels.
3. Dolman-Sleeve Color-Block Dress Navy/Coral
Donna Morgan Womens Dolman-Sleeve Color-Block Dress Black
I love how this simple navy and coral colorblocking creates an illusion of two separates. This shift dress suggests that you´re wearing a boat hemline tunic with a straight knee length skirt.
4. Sleeveless Color-Block Piped Shift Dress
Donna Morgan Women’s Sleeveless Color-Block Piped Shift Dress
A simple shift dress can actually look interesting. Who can resist the gorgeous contrast vertical lines and edging, plus soft pastel tones of this above the knee rock? Wearing a dress can´t be more refreshing than this.
Are you ready to out your hands on the color blocking trend once again?