Color blocking is a shi-shi-fu-fu-fancy and totally-unnecessary word that, put simply, means vividly-saturated brights have been mixed and matched together to the heart's delight. And while copious color is a staple of summer style, this season it seems to be headed right into fall with a sartorial bang. Designers tangoed with the idea of color-blocking for their fall shows: the usual suspect color pailette of the season (dove grey, banal black, wintery white) were mangled and injected with shocking pops of color (among them - cobalt blue and fervent fuschia with some tangerine orange at play). So rest assured you can wear this outfit now and later, like the candy but also not at all.
Pair this yappity yellow crop knit from Topshop with a Carven A-line mini that zigs and zags with a colorful trio that really freakin' works. A perforated bag in a crisp white is an unexpected complement to striking saturations of color and minty-fresh pumps from Aldo are better with this look than an Altoid (assuming of course that you brushed your teeth this morning for the required and humbly-suggested two-to-three minutes). If this look doesn't make you want to wear a box of Crayolas, I don't know what will.
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