Derin Odugbesan knows a thing or two on how to piece colourful outfits together which is why she is the perfect fashionista to take colour cues from.
So we all know Derin likes to colour block her outfits and she does it the most relatable way. Could be casual wear, workwear or even pieces for events like weddings, she definitely knows her onions. Let’s explore those looks, shall we?
Blocking With Two Bold Hues
One of the ways Derin colour blocks her outfits is to pair bold hues. She mixes colours like red and blue or green and blue to achieve a distinct look. Blocking bold hues might seem scary because of how vibrant they are but they always turn out decent – trust us!
Monotone Colour Block
We bet you didn’t know but monochrome colour blocking is also a thing. And it is a situation where you style different pieces of similar shades to achieve an overall tonal look. This style of colour blocking merges the monochrome and the colour block trend to achieve another trend.
Blocking With A Neutral Shade & A Bold Hue
Usually, colour blocking is associated with really loud colours but you can also colour block with pastel and neutral colours and this option is usually best for workwear. Derin styles red pants with a deep shade of green and completes the look with nude pumps.
Full-Colour Block Mode
Just like there are subtle approaches to colour blocking, you could also be really bold with it. Instead of styling an outfit with two bold hues or just pastels and neutrals, you could wear an outfit with more than two bold colours. But you have to be careful with the colours you intend to match. Make sure they are complementary or at least analogous.
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