American Rag Sleeveless Color-Blocked Racerback Knit Dress, $27.00, available in sizes XS-L, macys.com
Miss Chievous Dress Color Blocked Tube With Pockets, $39.00, available in sizes S-XL, macys.com
As you can see from this and other recent posts, contrast is what's in style right now. You will definitely see people doing a lot more mixing than matching when it comes to styling their outfits this season. You can join in on this fun trend too. Try pairing a two-tone or colorblock piece with another color that is not in the item you're wearing. You can also wear two-tone or colorblock patterns with fun prints such as plaid, polka dots, stripes, houndstooth, tribal prints, and animal prints. You can even pair these colors with floral and butterfly prints. Sure, spring may be long gone by now, but that doesn't mean the spirit of spring can't still remain in your heart and style. Besides, wearing a spring pattern may make the chilly fall days feel just a little warmer. If you have any more suggestions on how to wear two-tone or colorblock shades, let me know.