While color blocking might be considered more of a fashion thing for spring, I’d say let’s not stop there. Let’s continue throughout fall, because it makes our outfits look unpredictable…
If you think about it, it's really the purse that makes the look complete. Imagine this outfit without the blue purse, -it'd be a total different look. The blue makes the red pop out more and vice versa. And with a white shirt you still keep it somewhat neutral, which brings me to our second look. There's nothing neutral about this one:
COLOR BLOCKING À LA JESSICA RABBIT
When we hear Jessica Rabbit, we immediately think red dress, purple gloves, and Halloween... Yes, one year I did dress up as Jessica Rabbit for Halloween... But in an attempt of recreating her look to a more (shall I say) practical look, this is what I came up with: Red suit and purple shirt and earrings. There's just something to that color combination that I find very attractive.
Los Angeles, 2014: Jessica Rabbit, Halloween costume
While this look is not so much of a color block as it's just a color pop -this look still brings unpredictability. Matching a denim jacket with a shiny pink skirt makes it safe to say you played the unsafe the right way. Liked my little rhyme there 😉 ? Maybe I should start writing fashion poetry? Oh my, time to finish this post before it's gone way left, haha.
Have a lovely week guys, keep killin it! ♥