Color Blocking: Verbosity in Vain

It’s one thing to have a sense for fashion. It’s another thing to know the ins-and-outs, and acknowledge that “Wow, there’s a word/phrase for that?”

Per, color blocking is defined as follows:
Colorblocking is a method of wearing multiple solid colors in an outfit. It is sometimes written as color blocking, with two separate words. The outfit revolves around a palette of two or more colors, usually in bold and bright shades. The result is a simple yet very chic look. Prints and patterns are typically not used in colorblocking, as such designs would take away from the “blocked” visual.

A sampling from Louis Vuitton

The concept sounds easy, yes? If we are jumping on board with this trend for the first time, it can be a little bit more daunting to actually pick pieces from our own wardrobes.

Video blogger Kitty Cotten from Minneapolis gives us a bit more in-depth look at colorblocking and how to find what we are looking for in our own closets.


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