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Color Blocking in Modern Fashion


Is color blocking out of style? Have you thought about making a huge, bold statement in fashion? Do you want to step into a setting and automatically attract attention (positive) to your style? Well, color blocking in fashion will do the trick. It's simply the concept of mixing and matching two or more bold, vibrant colors to complete one look.

Color blocking is the perfect style technique to undertake, especially during the warmer months of the year. You don't have to buy a whole new outfit, since you probably already have a variety of color combinations to select from in your wardrobe. It's a great way to experiment with new styles to create a look of your own. 

Of course, bright colors will attract attention, and when you create an outfit that blends together a few contradictory colors, you'll be surprised at how much people will love your new look. Let's go back to the 1960's styles, where wearing bright colors were the most stylish trends, from hippie dresses to box-pleated A-line skirts. 


Color blocking was popular in the funk and soul music era in the 60s and continued throughout the 70s (disco era) and the 80s. This classic trend is now coming back, but better than ever. Now, many fashion enthusiasts are jumping on the bandwagon and creating looks with alluring visual effects. 

Choose from a variety of colors and textures to create your look. Use your own imagination to style the best ensemble for your occasion. It's a great way to boost your attire and add some energy to your overall look. 


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