Color blocking an outfit is a striking look when done right—retina-pleasing color combos and all—but it can be a bit intimidating to ride the wave because you'll either be judged as pa-
Jeans don't belong here
No wearing denim as "safe" bottoms and half-assing it—it's being all blocked up or
Shoes don't have to be plain
You can get a tonal all-white or black pair to finish off the combo, or you could go all in and cop a color-blocked pair. These colorways can be hard to come by, so it's a good excuse to whip up some customs.
Buy the entire set
If the brand comes up with a matching set, then great. But it doesn't mean you can only wear them as a group deal. Mix things up when you've stocked your closet—imagine this Uniqlo windbreaker with the BAPE pants, for example.
Asymmetric is cool
Color blocking is also the gateway to dressing up in those eccentric and asymmetric items. These two-faced sweatpants and a solid top equals an instant three toned outfit.
Three colors is a combo
If you don't feel like shopping for new pieces yet, you can slap together three solid colors for the same effect. Try to aim for classic combos like red-white-blue or this super crispy grey-dark red-white that works well with the gloomy weather.