Color Block Party! What’s Hot for Summer ’17

CitySTYLE has asked some of the most influential style and fashion guru’s to tell us what they think will be the hottest style trends for 2017. This time, we are teaming up with celebrity wardrobe stylist Brendan Williams.  Brendan is spilling the tea on a hot and timeless summer trend – Color Blocking.

I’ve been styling and doing personal shopping for the last 10 years. As a fashion stylist, I select clothing and accessories for clients who are being featured in print or television campaigns, videos, live performances and public appearances. I have always had a creative imagination which exudes through my expression in fashion. I have also worked as a professional closet coordinator. I have a knack for reviving pieces that are already in my clients’ closets and I show them new ways to explore their fashion options.

Mixing and matching bright bold solid colors in one outfit – is a fairly simple trend, but often pulls people out of their comfort zone when it comes to fashion. If color blocking your own pieces, the trick is to mix no more than two to four garments of contrasting colors, or you will run the risk of being COLOR B”LOCKED” OUT!

Here are some of Brendan’s favorite looks.

Photo courtesy of Soraya De Carualho
Celebrity Block Star Brandy Norwood Singer/Songwriter/Actress

Check out our gallery to get a little Color Block Inspiration! Click on a photo below  

Tell us, will you try color blocking this summer?  Leave a comment below

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