Color blocking is possibly one of the most exciting trends that refuse to retire. The secret behind winning color block outfits is wearing a few solid, preferably bright colors in one look. For the most impactful effect, you want to pair colors that are opposite on the color wheel. This way, you’ll achieve daring complementary hued combinations. It’s believed that initially fashionistas initially got inspired by the artwork of the infamous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. Below you can find many examples of how to nail the color block trend. Scroll down and pin your favorite looks to use as style inspo.
Flare pants are one of the most exciting pieces you could incorporate in your wardrobe. You could achieve numerious different looks with flare pants. Depending on the style, you can create fun ’70s hippie outfits or sophisticated work-approved looks. Flares are insanely versatile and can elevate any outfit. The split hems can take otherwise simple, looks with classic leg-shape pants to a whole new level. Don’t believe us? Check out these chic outfits that show you how to wear flare pants in different ways and nail a blogger-approved look.
There’s no vacation in sight, but a girl can dream, right? Or you might be eagerly preparing for a trip on your calendar. Either way, you’ll need cute beach sandals to complete your vacay style. Whether you’re going on a tropical vacation or visiting another of your bucket-list destinations, choosing the right pair of sandals is essential for your travel wardrobe. Above everything, you want your feet to feel cool and comfortable. Check out these insanely pretty beach sandal styles to get your inspiration for chic vacay outfits going.
Emerald green is a captivating rich shade of green that consists of bright blue and green tones. Like all greens, it’s a combination you can achieve by mixing yellow and blue paint. While there’s no exact ratio of how much to use of each color, true emerald green has a bit stronger blue accent. As a rule of thumb, the more you add, the darker the tone will become. Emerald green is anything but a regular color. It has an interesting history and great power to enrich one’s look. If you’re interested to play with emerald green makeup, emerald green hair or simply incorporate this tone into your outfits or home decor, keep reading to find out more about the emerald green color code.
Brown is a surprisingly underrated color. Some even consider it an ugly one. But they probably haven’t seen all the rich chocolate, chestnut and tan tones we’ve been noticing on our favorite street style icons. While black is the ultimate classic that pairs well with just about anything, brown is insanely versatile as well. Plus it offers a fresh way to wear neutrals. Let’s face it – black sometimes looks so predictable. Brown, on the other hand, can warm up and update your look. Plus, you can wear it all year round by pairing it with a color palette that fits the current weather and your mood. Want to find out all the colors that go with brown? Scroll down and learn how to pair brown beautifully with other shades.
The cozy weather is slowly coming to an end. More sun, however, doesn’t mean that you’d be willing to give up on your comfort. Spring is still a time when you can wear lighter knitwear, chic coats, and fabulous booties. If you need more inspo on how to transition to the warm season in style, check out these spring casual outfits we’ve gathered for you.
A well-rounded diet is crucial if you hope to live a long and healthy life. Unfortunately, there are several extremely important vitamins and nutrients that almost every woman fails to consume enough of on a daily basis.
Mint green is one of the unexpected colors that took over the world of fashion and beauty. While this pastel shade of green is absolutely gorgeous, there’s a little problem with it – most people are not sure what colors to wear with mint green. This shade wasn’t popular until last year, so it’s okay if you lack inspiration on how to pair it with other colors. We are here to give you plenty of outfit ideas and help you discover colors that go with mint green. It’s a versatile shade that could be matched with a range of other colors. Flip through this article to find out creative ways to pair your minty garments with pieces in other shades.
“The early 2000s was such a fun and iconic era for fashion,” Paris Hilton embraced her favorite era in a Twitter post. “People didn’t have stylists and actually had personal style. Now everyone kinda looks the same!”
She has a point. Although guilty for making us wear extremely low-waisted jeans that would show off our bum every time we sit, the former reality star is undeniably right.
The 2000s had no fashion bloggers to influence our style. Yet, we were bold enough to experiment with wild colors, prints, and styles. To be honest, it didn’t always look pretty, but at least we had fun! On the other hand, Y2K served some iconic looks that we secretly wish would go back in style again. Good news: In the past few years, a subtle comeback of some Y2K trends finally happened. From velvet tracksuits to tube tops, our obsession with the 2000s took over our wardrobes. We are not exaggerating. Pinterest claimed one of the most popular searches for 2020 is “Y2K outfits.” If you are a fan of the 2000s fashion aesthetic, you are in the right place to discover all the cool ways you can wear Y2K outfits in 2020.
If you were a teenager somewhere in the late ’80s or ’90s, you must’ve been obsessed with the grunge aesthetic. The look was everywhere from the music scene to street fashion. The likes of Neil Young (the Godfather or Grunge), Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana promoted the grunge fashion through their style. The rebels followed their example, rocking band t-shirts, floral dresses, and flannel shirts. Grunge fashion appeared as a result of Generation X’s disapproval of the principals of capitalism. They didn’t want to “serve the machine,” rather live a free life with messy hair, bold makeup, and vintage clothing. Surprisingly, Pinterest’s searches for “grunge fashion” are on the rise in 2020, with thousands of youngsters eager to revive the ’90s grunge aesthetic. If you need some inspo on how to nail this retro trend, scroll down to discover the chicest grunge fashion outfits you can pull off even today.