The Art of Colour Blocking – Mode of Summer

Taking immense joy in the delights of Femme Fatal chic clash colouring, to our wardrobes this summer is all the range. That’s right – it’s time to engage in the reverse following of more is MORE!

This Spring/Summer frenzy of bold, statement making pieces are ruling the foots of our runways. The likes of dynamic Australian duo Sass and Bide, Maria Grachvogel, Robert Abi Nader and of course, Gucci – have sourced the revival of the sixties, seventies and youthful futuristic looks to the fashion dreamers surface.

Playing top gun to the astounding mix of meastro colour blending and block stamping – this Summer sees the imminent style become a resonant part of any style slickers fashion facet.

The hybrid mix of hot colours has been evident from 2011’s Spring Summer Collections – on even scale, this year’s Autumn Winter Collections implodes a vast range of colour, too.

Colour blocking exudes the freedom of radical wear. Boundless in it’s intensity and non uniformed status. Beauteous, striking designs have bedazzled the audiences of S/S Runways – now it’s time to put what we have delectably desired, in to practice.

Regardless of shape and height – block colours are fun, enjoyable way to dress. Whether you choose to pick your outfits in a mix and match manner – or opt for a classic brighter spin to your jacket and evening wear catalogue,  this season opens doors to one of the most talked about facets of fashion design, ever.

Be known – Colour blocking is a fashion statement in itself – just like Punk wear, the simple addition of bold enthused tees, jackets and tights can be congruent to creating a whole different look. Accompanied with the most simple sheer blouse, or monochrome skirts – the bright array of stunning summer wear, makes for an experimental look.

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