How to go for Colour Blocking in Winters!

Hello my amazin’ readers! Christmas is around the corner and its holiday season! With so much festivity and celebration in the air, one does catch on the vibe. Winter is nature’s way of nourishing the soul, providing some quiet in the otherwise chaos! Not to mention, its the perrrrfect time to don bright, soul-stirring colors which you’d otherwise give a miss on non-wintery days! So winters is basically all about outrageous fashion choices and your experiments with style. There are no rules, trust me…. only the one you makes for yourself!

“Don’t be into trends. Don’t make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live.” โ€”Gianni Versace

Colour Blocking is here to Stay!

What is better than wearing a single colour palatte is wearing two colours which bring out the best in each other. The rules of winter colour blockin are pretty much similar to the ones in summer, though I would advise you to stay away from pastel colour blocking in winters. Pastels are amazin in summers but they tend to make you look dull in winters!

Powder Blue sweater & Rust pants

Ink Blue Chunky Traditional Neckpiece

Also a new Hair cut amps up things!

Bottle green pumps to swish it all!

Hope you guys liked my idea of colour blocking!(And my new hair cut)! Tell me in the comments below!

mazel tov!

Navi xx


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6 thoughts on “How to go for Colour Blocking in Winters!

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