Hot Right Now: Colorblocking

Neiman Marcus
Colorblocking -- graphically mixing colors for eye-catching contrast -- is everywhere you turn this season, and it's an easy way to look super stylish this fall. Neiman Marcus is all over the look this season, but even if you can't afford one of Fendi's two-tone dresses or Jason Wu's colorblocked sweaters, you can still get the look on a budget. Read on to find out how.

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Last CallI just ordered this Muse colorblock dress (Last Call, $99), which is an additional 30 percent off this price if you order it before tomorrow. I can't wait to get it!

 

J.CrewFor a more casual look, I'm crazy about this colorblock tee (J.Crew, $39.50), which comes in several different color combinations. 

 

Macy'sI've also got my eye on this Inc. Colorblock Dress (Macy's, $69.99). CUTE.

 

DillardsHere's a sophisticated colorblock sweater dress from M.S.S.P. (Dillard's, $128). I'd totally wear it.

 

Ann TaylorYou might think this colorblock sweater (Ann Taylor, $78) is a little on the high side ...

 

Neiman MarcusCompared to this Michael Kors Sweater (Neiman Marcus, $995), though, you're getting quite a deal!

 

Last CallI'm wild about this colorblock scarf (Last Call, $80), which is an additional 40 percent off if you order it before tomorrow!

 

Rachel RoyThis Rachel Roy bucket bag (Rachel Roy, $99) looks like it cost far more than its price tag.

Be careful with colorblock and keep your look simple -- too many designers have veered into clown territory with their colorblock designs. But with a little editing, you can use colorblocking to look sophisticated and fashion-forward.

Are you wearing colorblocked clothing and accessories this fall?

 

Images (top to bottom): Neiman Marcus, Last Call, J.Crew, Macy's, Dillard's, Ann Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Last Call, Rachel Roy

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