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Colour Block Edit: A Timeless Trend

Colour Block Edit: A Timeless Trend

Colour blocking is timeless, always making a reappearance in the fashion world – perhaps having never left at all! Whether you are looking for a mixture of bright colours, or even a more muted approach to colour blocking, we’ve got the best picks for you.


These contemporary pieces from Brogger combine both muted and bright colours, creating the ideal colour block collection. The pink colour palette is perfect for your Summer 2020 wardrobe, with hints of brighter colours such as yellow and orange. The Edith Slip Dress has strategically placed ruffles, that flatter the body. Its’ longer, midi length is also on trend for this season.

White Stuff

These jumpers from White Stuff offer a toned down alternative to colour blocking, with neutrals and pastel shades that are perfect for the Autumn/Winter months. Whether you prefer chunky knit or cotton sweaters, both of their relaxed fits allow for great comfort.


These beautiful maxi dresses from Coast make the perfect day-to-night piece. Coming in three different colour and pattern options, they offer something for each season. The 3/4 length sleeves add a sense of sophistication, whilst the Bardot style neckline allows you to show off you shoulders. The high waist helps to create a flattering, hourglass shape to the body.


This contemporary knitwear brand offer designs that are like no other. Including a variety of colours, these are contrasting but complementary items. Their light and airy construction make them ideal for the summer months. The elasticated waists make the pieces flattering whilst allowing ultimate comfort.


Chunky knit jumpers have always been a staple for the colder months, however why not spice them up with a bit of colour? The red and pink colour combo has been in fashion for the past year, and isn’t going anywhere soon! This red and pink colour block knit jumper from Glamorous is a must have for the upcoming season. If you’re not a fan of the brighter colours, you can opt for the nautical colour scheme jumper. Both add a sense of colour to brighten up your Autumn/Winter wardrobe.


This bespoke to order dress from Shopyte is like nothing else on the market. This simplistic but unique design will be distinctive to your wardrobe. Its midi style and subtle V-neck, provides a flattering fit. The stark contrast between the powder blue and the striking black, truly makes this dress eye catching.

Marks & Spencer

If you’re looking to add a bit of luxury to your jumper collection, these cashmere pieces from M&S might be perfect for you. These form fitting sweaters showcase soft colour palettes, with a splash of colour. Their abstract designs also add a fun twist to the traditional colour block style.

Oliver Bonas

The colour palette of these pieces from Oliver Bonas, are calling summer! From summer dresses to sweaters, there are colour block items for every season. The simplistic design of the swing dress allows the real focus to be on the coral and pink colour scheme. The zig zags on this particular jumper are an interesting twist on the typical colour block designs. Alternatively, finish off any outfit with a pop of colour with these cute colour block socks!

Pure Collection

These sweaters by Pure Collection incorporate a purple colour scheme, and with lilac being in high demand right now, these are perfect additions to prepare for Autumn/Winter 2020. Polo Neck sweaters are a necessity within a winter wardrobe, spruce up yours for next season with this one from Pure Collection. The boyfriend style of the sweaters also provide a comfortable fit.


Calling all vibrant colour lovers! Treat yourself to this stunning pleated, mini dress from Hanifa’s new Pink Label Congo Collection. This collection was launched last week via Instagram Live. Inspired by the women of the Democratic Republic of Congo and using the colours of the Congo flag, the Kinshasa mini dress is an incredibly unique take on colour blocking. To top it all off, the backless design adds an element of class to this piece.

River Island

The neutral tones within this colour block dress from River Island is definitely on trend for this season, perfect for those who perhaps do not want clothing with too much colour. This dress has been designed with a midi length and a small V-Neckline. The subtle pleating and asymmetric colouring in the skirt, creates an illusion that compliments the body.

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