Trend alert: colour block

 

The recent weeks devoted to fashion and street style are clear evidence of this trend. This fashion trend, which emerged over a decade ago, is back and has taken over the catwalks with blocks of bright colours (with Gucci in the forefront). Colour block is back with a vengeance to mark a new age: the age of energy and of colour.

 

What does colour block mean in fashion?



Green and orange, blue and red, fuchsia and orange, yellow and blue, pink and orange, purple and green... The colour block trend is the best response to the minimalist current and neutral colours that have dominated recent years. In other words, it means combining clothes of different bright and vibrant colours to create very appealing looks that are full of light.


The final effect makes a strong impact because you can get a very interesting contrast between different shades of colour. Very suggestive variations are also added to the current trend, such as pastel shades and iridescent, fluorescent and satiny colours. Would you like to join this cheery, colourful trend? Read on and find out how you can include this look in your day-to-day life!

 

How to use the colour block trend



If you only use colour to cheer you up at certain times, the time has come for you to focus on colours and optimism in your looks for this season and, if you want, change how you dress and present yourself to the world. How should I use the colour block trend? Are there tricks for combining the different colours? Of course there are! We’ll share some of them with you so that things will go well when the time comes for you to join this trend.


  • Go for basic clothes and textures in plain colours (no prints) to avoid a very heavy look.

  • The rule of thumb is no more than three colours per outfit. That way, you won't be mixing shades and you’ll get a good colour balance.

  • As you know, besides colours, you can also include pastel shades, from lilac to mint, yellow, pink and baby blue. And whether you go for the pastel range or the brighter spectrum, the secret is combining colours that are opposite or complementary on the colour palette to achieve a more harmonious visual result.

What are the prettiest and most attractive colour combinations? Grass green and fluorescent blue; lilac, pink and blue; pink and purple; pink and red; mint, light pink and baby blue; green and lilac or purple; yellow and purple; orange and purple; green and yellow; green and pink. Try out these combinations and see the effect!


If you want to get down to business, you can check out the many options available in the Salsa Jeans collection for this season. The clothes are a veritable explosion of colour and joy, from jeans for women to the dresses and jumpsuits, short trousers for women, t-shirts and, , shirts and blouses in the more optimistic shades of the colour palette. Scroll down to see all the clothes.

 

Colour block: jeans



Our most suitable collection of jeans for women, True jeans, now comes in shades as appealing as lilac, light pink and sage green or dark old pink, which can be mixed with the season’s trending tops, t-shirts and shirts in colours that complement your look. You just have to try out the colour combinations we’ve proposed above to see the final result: fun and incredible!

 
 

Colour block dresses and jumpsuits



Cobalt blue, yellow, bright green, red... Our dresses and jumpsuits at Salsa Jeans look great with jackets and blazers, trainers, strappy sandals and espadrilles, as well as with bags in a different colour, such as green, pink or orange. We love the unexpected touch of colour block!

 
 

Coloured shorts



With summer just around the corner, denim or Tencel shorts and Bermudas haven't escaped the influence of the colour trend. Try out our coloured push-in and push-up models, in shades such as fuchsia, yellow, mint green or orange, and combine them with other bright colours and really take your summer looks to the next level.

 
 

Coloured shirts



Don’t forget shirts and blouses for adding the finishing touch to your coloured jeans. You’ll find them in colours as pretty as fuchsia, mustard and dark pale pink and in light, cool textures such as Tencel and satin.

 
 

Colour block t-shirts



The most innovative tops and t-shirts of the season come in fuchsia, light pink, orange, petrol blue and red and they generally have necklines with lace and other very feminine details, such as pleats, broderie anglaise and small ruffles. Remember these when you want to add the perfect finish to your colour block outfits for the season!

 
 
 
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