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Fashionista NOW: Color Blocking Returns

With sweet florals and bursts of vibrant colors easing their way into the collective wardrobes in time for spring, it’s a no surprise to see color blocking making its return yet again.

Fashion does indeed recycle itself back but while the color block trend seems like a very quick repeat from last year, we can all give the 2013 version a boost by mixing it up with the celebrated color of the year which is emerald green and its derivative shades.

If solid color on solid color feels too cookie-cutter for you, try color-blocking with textured clothing like chambray or denim or crochet or throw on colored pieces with subtle/minimal prints of your liking for just the added oomph.

One of the fun ways to color block this year is to select a primary color and then keep the rest of your outfit in various shades of that color.

For example, if you’ve chosen to wear hot neon orange denim skinny jeans, make sure the rest of your outfit carry variations of said color. You could for instance, don a blouse that is in a lighter orange hue or coral pastel and finish off with heels of a mustard-beige-y tone.

For a more visual look at how you can make color-blocking fun this year, scroll on down below. If you love the looks, don’t forget to hype them up to thank the lookbookers for being a source of our fashion inspiration.

blazer and skirt by Vintage Mavens

daisy knit sweater by Pale Division | electric blue overalls by Shop Screamm | rainbow socks

top by Forever 21 | Jeans by Zara

top with peplum waist by H&M | mint jeans by Forever 21 | heels by Zara

sweater by H&M | pants by Kappahl | heels by Zara

cutout shirt by Topshop | jeans by Asos | clutch by BCBG

Are you excited that colors are officially back this year? Which of these color combos are your favorite? Share below!

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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