"Don't wear black with navy" is somehow a fashion rule, but i'm sure we all know that colourblocking black and blue is totally okay! This heel is already colourblocked, but if you have a bold coloured heel, pair it with other brights or neutrals to do your own colourblocking .
2. PATTERNED SKIRT // BOOHOO
Patterns with solid colours are ways to colour block without clashing two bright or contrasting colours. Stay en-trend with monochrome and colour blocking with black and white patterns with solid colours.
3. BLOUSE // TED BAKER
Get ready for spring with some floral and baby pink! Slowly inch your way into full on floral during the winter to spring transition.
4. TIGHTS // FOREVER 21
Transform whatever you already have in your closet to a colourblocked outfit just by adding coloured tights. These come in any colour you can imagine, plus they're super inexpensive to experiment with.
5. SHADES // ASOS.com
Colourblocked sunnies are great for those that are stepping out of their comfort zone with bright colours. These sunglasses have colour on the inside, but still very chic and trendy.
6. NAIL VARNISH // ESSIE
Don't forget about the manicure! Not only can your clothes and accessories be colourblocked, your nails can follow the trend too. Plus, colourblocking is probably the easiest DIY manicure to do! (Tip: use tape.)
7. HAT // STAMPD
Having a bad hair day won't stop you from being fab! Have a go to beanie to conceal a bad hair day that can go with any outfit, or just to keep you warm and cozy.
8. BLUE MASCARA // DIOR
Use some colourful mascara on your lashes over your eye make up for a easy colourblocking make up look. Just swipe on like any other mascara and go!
9. BRIGHT PURSE // 3.1 PHILIP LIM
Contrast your outfit with a coloured purse. If your closet is already full of solid colours or bold patterns, and bag can help you colourblock for everyday outfits.
10. RAGLAN SLEEVE // PRELOVED
For more casual days, a raglan sleeve (AKA baseball sleeve) tee or dress is a great colourblocking option.