1. Choose a top and bottom (or, like me, a top over a dress).
2. Ensure neither are a neutral (black, white, brown, khaki, denim, etc)
3. Check that they are different colors and...
voila, blocks of color.
Shirt, New York & Co. Dress, Richard Chai for Target. Bag, Nine West. Shoes, Fioni. Earrings, vintage. Bracelets, Tala’s House of Treasures, thrifted, and Garden of the Gods gift shop.
Actually, I’ve oversimplified the color blocking process. I forgot the step where I have to fight my urge to use a patterned piece instead of a solid.
Photos by Beefy Muchacho Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35 mm 1:1.8G lens
Past color blocking:
Question: is it color blocking if there are only two blocks?