Color Blocking is an amazing trend that can help you look uber cool, beautiful and chic, without spending much from your pockets.
Color blocking is basically an effective choice of colored clothing. Simple mono colors for your pant and shirt, or skirt and top, can make you look chic. For example, the simple but effective style statement that most business women make is with well-fitted dark denims and a plain white simple shirt.
Here, there are only two colors at work, dark blue, and white. This is what is known as color blocking. Of course, you could have you shirt divided into color, maybe the upper half till the bust could be orange and lower half from the under bust could be white jazzes with navy blue jeans. Then there could be a dash mono color white, orange, and navy blue.
In this way a number of colors could be put in place in your clothing but make sure that they are fitted in definite shapes. That’s the entire point of color blocking. Make sure that the mono color is filled in a particle part of block of your attire.
Here is a suggestion for implementing Color Blocking in Indian Wear. Imagine a well fitted bright hot pink ‘kameez’, totally plain minus design and any sort of design work or print, coupled with a bright orange plain cotton ‘churidar’ less print, or design with a lime green, or may be a bright red cotton ‘chunari’ or ‘dupatta’.
Note here, we are using these simple colors, and creating magic with only color, reducing the details of art work and designs. For the cool ladies, I suggest blocking color in a pair of hot shorts teamed up with a simple racer back in any favorite mono color.
Some personal recommendations from my side would include wearing contrasting shoes, be it simple stilettos, or lady like ballerinas.
Secondly, make sure your color blocking happens within a range of complementing colors. Like red, oranges and pinks can be used together, while colors like turquoise, blue, green, yellow can be used together.
I suggest the use of chunky and loud jewelry, stones, large imitation crystals, etc to break the real simplicity behind color blocking.