Fresh-For-Summer Color Blocking

Coming at you with a color boost today. I’m so excited about summer 2020 color trends. The hues are happy and bright. And, as an added bonus, they pair well with each other (summer color blocking). Today, I’m color blocking a couple of my favorite colors, giving a brand new look to an old suit.

summer color blocking

What I’m Wearing:

Gap shirt(old) | Shorts (same style new colors) | Blazer (same style new colors)

Fendi sunglasess (sold out, designer sunnies for less here) | EarringsSandals | Bag

summer color blocking

You’ve seen this yellow shorts suit before (here and here). I wear it often, but I like to style it differently each time. One cool way, I get more wear out of my standout bright pieces is by color blocking. So, no, we don’t all need wardrobes filled with neutrals to achieve styling versatility. Brights can be mixed and matched too.

My paled turquoise shirt pops with the neon yellow shorts and blazer.

My sandals are from Zara. Gosh…with no where to go, I don’t know why I keep buying sandals from Zara this summer. The styles are so interesting, and the price point is low. This print pair, for example, is under $40, but looks quite luxurious.

Of course, I had to coordinate my mask with the overall look. This one is by a local St. Louis designer–Olivia Rae Designs.

summer color blocking

Essentials for summer color blocking:


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  1. July 29, 2020 / 7:10 am

    Love colorblocking! And blue and yellow seriously look AMAZING together! It’s always been one of my favorite color combos to play with. It also works well with the purple lip 🙂

  2. Rachel Maredi
    December 27, 2020 / 8:04 am

    I love the way you add colors together and they’re complementing each other. Your hair cut looks good on you gal. You rock 👌👌