Color Blocking.. Do I even want to try?

Ok so, one of the big spring trends right now is Color Blocking. What is color blocking, you may ask? 

Color Blocking is when you wear hues or highly saturated colors in separate blocks in a garment or in separates in one outfit (like orange top with green pants and blue shoes and a pink bag), typically mixing and matching them until they somehow(?) go together.

A few designers that I've noticed utilizing this trend have been: Preen, Chloe, Jil Sander, etc.  Now, am I a fan of Color Blocking? No. Nor am I totally against it either. I guess you could say that I'm trying to wrap my head around it.  I'm one of those people who really likes to match, and so I'm really into the whole monochromatic tones or if i want to mix and match I 'll try to mix complementary colors (like green and red), because they always go together. So my plan is, if I do try out the color blocking trend, I'd try to do it with pastels, something a little less harsh..

Alberta Ferretti evening party dress
$530 -

Marc by Marc Jacobs draped dress
$600 -

Marc by Marc Jacobs crop top
$198 -

Knit top
$55 -

VPL bra
$85 -

VPL cotton stretch panty
$75 -

Wedge high heels
$110 -

Holly Shoes oxford shoes
$70 -

Versace leather handbag
1,670 GBP -

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