If you tend to favour neutral hues then prepare to be converted. This season it’s all about supersaturated brights. With bold colours filling the runways and zesty ootd’s flooding your feed, the sure-fire way to nail summer style is colour blocking.
What is Colour Blocking?
It’s simple. Colour blocking is combining two or more bold coloured pieces, often in contrasting shades, to create a punchy head-to-toe look. It debuted on the catwalks of the sixties and has since cemented itself as staple fashion trend.
Colour Block Combinations
Blue and green should never be seen? It’s nonsense. Along with the feel-good dopamine hit bright colours spark, new season colour blocking is also about ripping up the rulebook. Our favourite combos? Popping pink with juicy tangerine and electric blue paired with lime green. There’s still space for cult summer prints in this trend. Combine your block-coloured picks with gingham and floral patterns to break up your look and add accessories to complete your look.
Y2K Summer Must-Haves
The micro-mini skirt is making a comeback (if you dare). Complete with nineties inspired belt detail, our orange mini skirt is a statement-making summer piece, simply pair with our asymmetric cami tops and tie-up sandals. If you’re usually team denim shorts then opt for coloured denim to rack up the style points. Our cobalt blue Bermuda shorts look great worn with trending baby tees and beachy shirts.