Color Blocking Styles | Bold & Colorful Ladies Fashion For Any Season
If you've been following the trend of what women are wearing out there, whether on the Fashion Runways, on the Hollywood Red Carpets, Fashion Magazines, and even on the street; one thing is clear, and that is, ladies spring and summer fashion for this year is going to be bold and colorful!
Most of us women in general are afraid of wearing bold primary color outfits, whether it's a dress, shoe, or handbag, but there's just nothing to be afraid of.
It is true that bright and bold color dresses, shoes, and handbags may seem a little loud, and make you feel like the whole world is looking at you, but that's just it, the world needs to take notice. The way I see it, men can't wear too many color, so why not us, the women.
Forget about those grey and navy blue pants and skirts. Those are well suited way back there in your closet. Your loafer shoes? They are out of commission, at least for this summer and spring.
Get ready for the 'Claritin' effect. Don't be afraid to step out in those bright colored outfits, shoes, and accessories. You've come a long way baby. Show it from the inside out, in living colors!
Color Blocking Styles
There are several ways to step out in colors for spring and summer. One way is to color block in your choice of dress, skirt, or pant colors. Color blocking is the art of mixing up bold, loud colors together in your fashion statement. With color blocking, anything goes. Use colors that are opposites or maybe even complementary of each other. How?
Pick a dress in a bold primary or neon color you already love, and pair it up with an equally stunning pump, platform or wedge, in a color that compliments the dress. Then carry a colorful or multi-color handbag, one that blends both the dress and shoe colors together.
Mix your top and bottom colors. Mix a bold primary top with a black skirt, or another bold primary color skirt. Like colors, such as, pink, orange and red are usually great together.
Wear a neutral color, like gray, black and/or white dress, skirt and blouse, then add a splash of color with your choice of shoes and handbags. The possibilities are endless.
How To Wear Your Printed Pants
- Printed Pants: Are They A Spring 2013 Do or Don't?: Slaves to Fashion: Fashion: glamour.com
London Fashion Week started this past weekend and with it came a bevy of printed pants. We’re talking florals, zig-zags, stripes, foils and even postage stamp printed pants. Which leads me to my question: To wear or not to wear?
First Lady, Michelle Obama's Colorful, Bold Fashion Style
Leading women all over are setting the tone for the way we dress. From Hollywood, to Buckingham Palace, even the White House. First lady, Michelle Obama, isn't shy when it comes to stepping out in bold beautiful colors.
It is safe to say that next to former first lady, Jackie Onassis, Michelle Obama has brought a smart and most fitting fashion style to the White House.
So, go ahead and have some colorful fun this spring! Play around with the bold color outfits and step out in style. And don't forget to spice it up with chunky bangles, stunning platform shoes, mules and chic handbags.
Michelle Obama - Stepping Out In Colors!
If you're still not sure about combining and blending certain colors, you can find inspiration by looking at style magazines like Vogue or Mademoiselle. Color blends can also be seen on some infants and toddler's Fisher-Price and Playschool toys, colorful decorative pillows, and nail polish set. Chances are, if the colors looks good in your home décor, your kids toys or on your nails, it will also look good on your dress.
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