Not that the above way wasn’t cool back then or still isn’t cool, this style just isn’t as popular as it used to be because people have been exposed to a new and artful way to follow the trend. Below we show you ultra-fine and sophisticated ways you can style your attire to suit the color block trend;
To keep things on a low, pair a patterned off-the-shoulder midriff top with a neon green pencil trouser, cool the colors off with a patent nude stiletto.
If you really love colors then rock a pink two piece midriff top with matching pencil skirt finish off with a yellow metallic chain purse, a patent pastel blue stiletto and green rimmed sun shades.
For those who love the cool shades, pair a washed denim shirt with a yellow pleat flared skirt, finish off with a zebra pint stiletto and a green handbag.
If you like to keep things to a minimum, try a yellow matching two piece top ad shorts and finish off with dark blue heels.
If you like gingham prints and you would like something different then try pairing a Midriff pink gingham shirt with a high waist slit blue gingham skirt and finish off with a pair of white sandal heels and silver clutch.
Prints, patterns and art can make a lovely color-block ensemble, If you love fashion then pair a floral blue hue flared mini skirt with a mustard blouse a blue and white stripe coat and a black and mustard colored suede stiletto.
Your color block can be so cool its almost non-existent, Pair a dull stripe yellow blazer with a mustard shirt, white wide-leg pant and brown platform heel.
Another way to try the trend without causing a distraction is by pairing a green cigarette pant with a white double peplum blouse and finishing off with a pastel pink heel.
What do you think of this color blocking trend, Yay or Nay? Share your thoughts in the comment box below.