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Colour blocking trend is applied, by the way, not only for clothing, but also for makeup. However, colour blocking fashion trend lets choose colors “on the verge” for picking clothing items, while among colour blocking colours in makeup is better to choose more wearable shades, of course, if we are not talking about a special art-makeup for an event or a photo shoot.

Dresses that combines bright colors – is itself very glaring, so the best design for such outfits is minimalistic. By the way, minimalism goes hand in hand with the colour block fashion trend on the catwalks this season. Designers know what they are talking about! The use of more elaborate and complicate designs and bright details in conjunction with colour blocking colours can lead to a fashion disaster! So if you dare to try this trend, stop for a modest geometric styles. If we talk about colour blocking dresses, the best silhouette for them will be A-line silhouette , straight cut silhouette and sheath-silhouette .

Color blocking trend is not just a combination of different colors. It may be two or (rarely) the three main colors of the spectrum, or their principal gradation (lilac that is between pink and purple, turquoise that is between green and blue etc). Most often, it is the opposite colours of the spectrum or two adjacent, or intermediate colours. The main thing is that the difference between the colors were pretty obvious. The most trendy and vibrant mix in color combinations 2014 – red and green, blue and yellow, yellow and purple, blue and green, orange and blue, red and purple, orange and green, yellow, and green, red and yellow, and so on. To pick up a beautiful colour blocking clothing that is the very important trend of fashion for summer 2014, it is worth recalling a children’s rhyme to remember the sequence of colors of the rainbow “Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain“. Remembering the colors of the rainbow, you can immediately see which colors should be used to recreate the style colour blocking trend at its most expressive form.

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