Colour popping and print outfits is the new trend that has gone global ; I was recently out shopping and I stepped into H&M’s ladieswear section, only to be greeted by a beautiful selection of colourful print outfits. The above blouse was one of very many that I saw, but this one stood out amongst the crowd, the orange and pink complement each other whilst still maintaining a contrast, and the print brings the whole outfit together, making your eyes fixate on it. Immediately I saw it, I viewed it as a must have, it is also wonderfully priced at only £19.99, so if you’re interested I would get down to H&M fast.

This new trend in my opinion really defines FAB; a combination of bright colours and prints look great on dark and caramel skin and really bring out its essence. However no matter your skin type this trend has a place for you. I recommend that everyone try it at least once, especially dresses and blouses. A blouse looks great with a bright coloured trouser or skirt, that stands out but just that little bit less than the blouse itself,matched with a colour blocking clutch and equally colour popping shoes.  A Dress on the other hand you might want to keep a little more simple, since it is already the centerpiece of your outfit you can match with a more subtle clutch and accessories.

Another item I found on the H&M website also priced at £19.99

 Solange Knowles looking stunning at the MET Ball in a bright canary yellow dress

Elle Varner embodying the the concept of colour pop and print

Draya Michele from basketball wives LA looking sweet an sultry in bright yellow

Fashion extraordinaire Olivia Palermo working the trend, with colourful print trousers.

Tika Sumpter looking beautiful in a popping pink dress and a vibrant colour block stripe clutch

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One Response

  1. Amour

    I love the bold bright colors this has inspired me to add more color to my summer spring wardrobe. Solange OWNs that yellow.

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