The IT List: Rock the ColorBlock

One trend we can’t get enough of this winter is colorblocking.  The clean lines and bright colors make it the perfect trend for casual and formal situations. Plus, it’s a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit. Incorporate it into your gym, class, or internship look!

 

Color Block Collage

Get the Look:

Look #1: Pieces Black Leggings, White Keds Sneakers, Sakroots Campus Mini, League Colorblock Ra Ra Football Tee Look #2: Color-Blocked Wrap Pencil Skirt, White V-Neck Blouse, PENN Leather Business Case, H&M Spotted Loafers

Rock the Colorblock Collage 2

Get the Look:

Look #3: J. Crew Color Block Cardigan, Sakroots Tote Bag, Union Bay Moccasins, H&M Jeans Look #4: UCF Knights League Long Sleeve Tee, Cuddl Duds Fleecewear Leggings, New Balance Running Sneakers, UCF Knights Canvas Tote

What do you think? Will you be color-blocking your next outfit?

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