Color Block literally means color block and is a trend born last summer that involves the combination of garments and accessories with bright and bold colors that contrast with each other. Often all these features are found in a single garment and it is therefore advisable to combine it with a simple look to give an extra touch and make it less banal. The Color Block trend has returned to visit us also in this winter season and is more often enclosed in a single garment that is characterized by contrasting colors but which combined together are in harmony and enliven a simple black trousers or jeans. I wanted to try this trend too and I fell in love with a very particular sweater that in addition to the Color Block trend also has puff sleeves, another feature of the garments of the last seasons, and the colors are in perfect palette with mine (here find my experience with the armocromia session!). You can find the sweater as “Purple Triple Color Lantern Sleeve Knit Sweater” on Dear-lover, a recently discovered site with which I collaborated and which pleased me a lot: the prices are very low and the quality is not bad at all, even the shipments are fast.
Color Block also on coats !
A little advice I want to give you is to evaluate the sizes well, of all the garments I took the L but they dress abundantly, in fact the sweater has a slight over effect that I don’t mind but size M would have been better! Always the Color Block trend but this time accompanied by the Tie & Dye that we have seen a lot both on t-shirts and overalls and loungewear also on the “Multi-color Tie Dye Lapel Collar Open Front Fleece Coat” jacket in a shorter Teddy version, a white background with spots of color always in pastel tones for a slightly unicorn effect but super cute. Also for this I took the L and it wears slightly oversized, the quality is good and it keeps a lot of warmth, it is a bit special but combined with a pair of jeans and sneakers it is nice and makes the look more special!