Fashion Trends be Dominating by Color Block Purple and Orange

This year, color block is dominating fashion trends. With a wealth of plain colors of scattered light, a number of designers to try out the game hit the color. Blending the color purple and orange in a work compelling.

Just consider a collection of Spring/Summer 2011 Gucci fashion house that wear Kim Kardashian at the launch of new perfume in London.

The game crashed the color purple and orange are also shown by Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress that Jessica Alba is pregnant body on the night CFDA Awards. Also tops and pants that bind rample sexy body Cheryl Cole while X Factor auditions in Los Angeles last May.

Later, a combination of colors that had 'hits' in the 1970's it appeared in a number of international fashion stage. Contrast color body wrap similar model in a number of international magazine covers.

The design of Gucci, similar to that worn Kim Kardashian, wrapped the body several times seen a number of models and celebrities of the world. Lara Stone wear when posing for the cover of Vogue Paris in February. January Jones wore for the cover of the May issue of Marie Claire magazine, and Rose Byrne for Harper's Bazaar May edition.

Combining highly contrasting colors of purple and orange kind is not without risk. Because the two colors are very striking eyes, the shape of clothes, hair and make-up, and the selection of accessories like shoes, bags, and belts become mandatory to be considered.

Choose the clothes simple model but still look beautiful. Do not ever make excessive regulation on the make up and hair if the selected model clothes already quite crowded. Add another color in accessories to neutralize the color purple and orange.

Choice of gold color on the accessories will be the right choice. If you want a challenge, you can add color tosca on your shoes like the appearance of Kim Kardashian.

However, if you do not have confidence enough to crash the color from head to toe, you can use accessories with matching color. A stack of bangles, shoes, or bag with different colors done only to give the lines of color difference.