January 13, 2011

color, blocked

Where I live, there's snow on the ground. The only thing that gives me hope for pleasant weather is looking at bright colors and loud prints. This spring, we can look forward to the trend that keeps going strong every year: colorblock! Personally, I love this trend because there are no rules. Anything goes with colorblocking, and the bolder, the better with this one. 



The inspiration: Louis Vuitton Spring 2011



 Jil Sander Spring 2011
 































3.) Cooperative Platform Square Heel   4.) Jason Wu Pre-Fall 2011  5.) Marc by Marc Jacobs Colorblock Tote  6, 7, 9.) German Vogue editorial  8.) American Vogue editorial  9.) Christian Louboutin heels  10.) Christian Dior runway makeup  11.) Dee-Lite's "Groove is in the Heart" video  13.) Nicole Richie in Lucky magazine


10 comments:

  1. That dress Nicole's wearing is sooo cute, would love to put my hands on it!
    xoxo
    http://fashionagony.blogspot.com/

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  2. me too new york is covered in snow and these prints make me happy and excited for spring. i seriously think i need that purse up there! its AMAZING! you have a great blog, i'd love to follow eachother, check mine out :)

    xx
    www.dragonnfruit.com

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  3. I always end up wearing all black outfits, I can't help it.. but sometimes I do try in some colors and when I do it looks like these photos.. extremely colorful.. I love the clash of colors in all these photos, great inspiration.. I'm digging the primary colors all together right now.. I like your blog, stay cool

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  4. loving all the looks, especially the shoes.

    Girl Meets Handbag

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  5. i actually like the color blocking here!

    thestyle-child.blogspot.com

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  6. the yellow high waist pants in that editorial: Ah-mazing

    xx

    sftrend

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  7. loveeeeee the jason wu pic and heidi klum just wore that marc jacobs dress to the globes, nicole rocks it way better.

    can't wait to start color blocking once spring comes around.

    xxo Tess S.
    CESTDEMODE.blogpsot.com

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