Colour blocking: the new ethinic fashion trend



Colour blocking fashion is the latest fashion buzzword, which simply means that you pair two or three totally different colors together to make a bold statement.

From bold prints to electric tones, there’s no better time to experiment with style than during the end of colder months to invite in some summer zest. 

The ever famous fashion house Yves Saint Laurent was one of the first to debut the trend back in the 1960s and now this bold and modern trend is  pushing designers to not only embrace color but to go past the boundaries with it.

Nowadays, color-blocking has solidified its place into a fashion statement which one can sport if they feel adventurous enough to carry it. These eye-catching looks have caught up the wedding scene be it for a mehendi ceremony or a bridal bachelorette event, with weddings there is no limit these days. You could be a guest, bride’s relative or even the bride herself match up and see what colours can do.

Simple yet stylish 

You must feel your confident best in the colors chosen for your color block lehenga choli design, salwar kameez, sarees, kurtis and more.Stick to solid colors and avoid mixing it with prints.If you can’t find the perfect combination, then select one neutral and a complementing bright color. It is easier to color block using white and blacks with bright colors.

Accessories with colours 

You do not have to restrict the color blocking technique to your garments. You can explore the potential of the trend by color blocking using shoes, accessories, belts, and more.Shraddha paired her candy-striped, summery ensemble with bright pink, tassel earrings.

Be a little brave 

Know how to pull off a six yard and at the same time do it with unmatched grace and beauty. Deepika made a stunning desi appearance in a pale pink pleated georgette saree with yellow and powder blue colour blocking from Payal Khandwala. She styled the saree with a bright yellow halter neck blouse. With a soft  makeup with a thin eyeliner. 

Lehenga power 

For lehengas, you can wear a bright colored blouse with a vibrant colored skirt and the dupatta can be either a third color or a combination of the two colors of your outfit.A tri-color lehenga choli design is the best option to look graceful and stylish using this edgy trend.

Note : If you are a newbie, don’t choose more than three colors. It’s perfect for creating a color block impact and avoid any faux pas.Too many bright colors together can result in a fashion disaster. So, try to create a balance when choosing the colors.