One of the best ways to look more youthful is to add some color to your wardrobe. Color blocking is the stylish way to do that. Take a look at these street chic looks.
Be bold or go home. That seems to be the message here. Fashion blogger Susan Libertore, of Ava Grace’s Closet, loves this color block maxi dress because it works for her busy lifestyle as mom to three kids.
Classic with a modern twist is the way Sheila from Pieces of a Mom describes her style. This gorgeous color block shift dress captures the color block trend in one garment. A bright dress like this is the main attraction so Sheila keeps her accessories light by only adding a single color-blocked bangle.
This is a very slimming color block dress. The dark panels at the sides of the body erase inches giving you a slimmer silhouette.
Playful is a word that is often associated with the color block tunic dress. This blue and black shift dress has a cool 60’s feel and when worn with high suede boots looks very mod.
This color block sheath dress has intersecting lines which lots of interest and define the waist. Color blocking doesn’t always have to be bright and loud. These neutrals look rich and sophisticated and very modern too.
Dark on the bottom and bright on the top makes your bottom half look smaller. Reverse the colors if you want to shrink a large bust.
Nude shoes are a great choice to wear with this color block dress. They elongate the leg and they let the dress take the spotlight. Will you be buying a color blocked dress?
For more great ideas on how to wear color, pick up a copy of my guide to wearing color: Color Me Fabulous: The Colors You Need to Wear to Look Age-Amazing!
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