Bold Colorblock | Dallas

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Bold Colorblock // Living In Color PrintBold Colorblock // Living In Color PrintBold Colorblock // Living In Color PrintPants: c/o Express {identicalsimilar} // Peplum: H&M {identical & identical} // Handbag: c/o Mimi Boutique // Necklace: Target {similar} // MK Watch // Rings: David Yurman, Pretty Girl Stacks c/o Delia Langan // Pumps: Aldo {similar} // Lips: Mirabella ‘Over the Top
Photo Credit: Kat of With Love From Kat

 Two weekends ago I booked a last minute trip to Dallas for RewardStyle’s 1st annual conference – hopefully the first of many to come! The RS team did an incredible job bringing together some amazing blogger talent and brands. More on that later this week; I’ll have a fun recap/snapshots of the trip for y’all.

You all know I don’t shy away from color…clearly, but I’m really loving this look. We’re doing colorblocking at it’s finest. Generally when you colorblock I’d recommend 3 colors. This gives you enough contrast to visualize the ‘blocking’ aspect. Two colors just isn’t enough {in my opinion – go big or go home} and four may be just a bit much {but I’ll never say never}. I choose kelly green, hot pink, and cobalt blue for my ensemble, but try to re-create the look with colors you love for summer!
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37 thoughts on “Bold Colorblock | Dallas

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  2. AJ

    I found your post via SBS and I must say, your outfit is fantastic! Love the bold color blocking!

    -AJ
    FitTravelerAJ.com

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  4. Stephanie

    peplum is a trend I just can’t get behind (maybe bc my hips have a natural peplum look already?), but as for your colorblocking, I love it! perfect for spring

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    1. Kristin Clark Post author

      Hey Stephanie, have you tried on multiple versions of the peplum?? I had a hard time finding ones that fit me at first because I have a very short torso, but I had a friend who just assumed it would make her look larger…until she tried them one day and of course now she can’t get enough! Sometimes it’s just about finding the RIGHT peplum that fits your body – whether it’s a shirt, skirt, or even a dress with a peplum. xo

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