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The Easiest Way To Rock The Color Block Trend: WATCH & SHOP

Mon, March 2, 2015 5:31pm EDT by Add first Comment

From the red carpet to real life, you can never go wrong with a stylish, color blocked look.WATCH & SHOP the video if you want to rock the look.

We were practically obsessed when we saw Emmy Rossum wearing her Camilla and Marc Fall  dress on the red carpet. The easiest way to color block is to find a piece that does all of the work for you — and you don’t need to hit a red carpet to rock this look like your favorite celebs.

Emmy Rossum Red Carpet

Color Blocking — How To Rock The Hot Celeb Trend With The Best Color Blocked Look:

Destination Jacket in Pale White

Color blocking is a trend that uses two to three colors throughout your entire look. Now, mixing and matching patterns in a stylish way might seem a little tricky, but this is a trend that anyone can master! Best of all, it’s withstood the test of time and it is not going out of style anytime soon.
Our friends at Joyus shared 3 easy steps to getting your ultimate color blocked look.

Color Blocking Made Easy: Get The Look

1. Start with your grounding color.

Black is an easy starting point, like this cute pair of James Jeans Boyfriend Cargo Pants but you can also work with neutrals simply too! Kim Kardashian loves to color block her neutrals, and it is a stylish look every time!

2. Choose a piece that does the work for you.

That is exactly what Emmy did in her cute dress! Try a color blocked jacket like the Black Swan Destination Jacket. It makes trying the trend so much easier, and it also intensifies the look when you pair it with items of both colors.

3. Have a little fun.

Don’t be afraid to mix and match your patterns!

Try a contrasting top and textured, graphic accessories to add to the dimension of your look. And if you’re really feeling like a pro, add in a clutch or shoes that include all of the colors in your outfit.

Will you be trying this trend? Tell us what you think in the comments below and be sure to SHOP all of our color blocking essentials!

— Kindra Bailey