i was resistant to the color blocking trend at first, but i recently embraced it whole-heartedly after i saw a dress i really liked at max mara a couple weeks ago.
i tend to be very picky about looks i want to achieve and color blocking is no different for me. i’ve been trying to cash in on this and replicate the vibrancy of the dress, which paired orange and blue but haven’t been completely happy with anything i’ve seen or even purchased. there are certainly other colors but i’m really digging the orange-blue and red-blue combos.
and speaking of gucci, with their jewel-toned collections…you can bet they have some amazing looks:
so what colors look good together to achieve this look? look to the color wheel and at the concepts of complementary, analogous, and triadic colors.
and why write a long post on what that means when there are tons of articles already out there and when i can post these great videos from wendy’s lookbook (she’s so cute)?
last year i went crazy and bought 2 chanel purses, 2 pairs of christian louboutin heels, 1 pair of chanel pumps, and a pair of alexander mcqueen heels at around the same time–it’s no wonder i’m broke. but i want…
as my first post, i could be feeling some pressure to write something incredibly thought provoking or share something highly entertaining. unfortunately for you i’m lazy and will only be sharing this video (but hey, i think it’s cool).
designer collaborations have been quite popular for a while now. i don’t have any particular affinity for levi’s or opening ceremony (gasp, blasphemy!), but i do really like this video promoting the levi’s chambray by opening ceremony collection.