By The Block

Today we have more color blocking advice from our fabulous Shabby Apple interns. Take it away, ladies!

Coming out of winter it’s hard to know what to do with big, bold colors. Well, don’t be scared ladies. They’re fabulous. We interns tried on color-blocking separates from The Block line, new here at Shabby Apple. We accessorized ourselves just to give everyone an idea on how your can wear these playful colors everyday.

We paired the Bistro Blouse, a yellow peasant top, with our very own black pencil skirt, the Francine skirt. You can dress it up for the office with a pair of heels or dress it down with your favorite pair of gladiator sandals.

We love the Promenade Blouse, a red pleated front top, with a pair of white jeans. It’s a lighthearted, fresh look that is perfect for spring or summer.

The navy blue chiffon dress, Waterfront, looks lovely with bold, colorful jewelry. We’re loving golden yellows with this deep blue.

For this teal chiffon sheath, the Window Shop Dress, we decided to dress this look up a bit with some oversized pearls. We’re loving mahogany brown accessories with this dress. This would also look fabulous with a bold, gold necklace or a statement cocktail ring.

We decided to take the Studio Blouse, a bright blue origami pleated top, a little more casual with a blazer and jeans. This blouse looks great with neutrals and is such a fun pop of color in a chic understated outfit.

This sweet little flowy white dress, the Matinee Dress, is so versatile. You can make it loud and expressive with bold, colorful accessories and your most ferocious pair of pumps. Or you can make it chic and sleek with a monochromatic palette.

The Taxicab Skirt, a yellow pleated midi skirt, is so perfect for spring and summer. The bright yellow is bold and fun. You can be adventurous with another brightly colored blouse, or you can take it down a notch with a neutral. Pair it with your favorite belt and your favorite shoes and, oila! So, so chic.

Headliner dress is a bright, cherry red sheath. We paired it with other colorful accessories, but chose colors that would compliment, not compete with the red. Blues and browns look excellent with this dress.

We love the daring chevron printed pattern of the Crosswalk Skirt. You can pair this with a neutral colored blouse or go bold with a bright color. We decided to have our pop of color in the blue pair of patent leather kitten heels.

We love the Metropolitan Blouse. The shade of this purple peasant blouse looks great with any complexion. Throw this on with a pair of jeans and for a casual but fabulous look. Dress it up with a pencil skirt and a fun, long necklace.

We hope this gives you some good ideas of how to incorporate big colors into your wardrobe. How would you do these brilliant hues?


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