One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(in fashion and design) denoting or relating to an item characterized by contrasting blocks or panels of solid, typically bright colour.‘a colourblock teal-and-yellow dress’‘a pair of colourblocked platform sandals’‘I love the colourblock trend’
- ‘Try vibrant shoes - metallic heels, colourblock clutches or a snake print, to enhance the look.’
- ‘This slim-fit shirt with a sporty sensibility comes in a colourblocked, raw Oxford twill fabric with a contrast color placket and traditional buttoned cuffs.’
- ‘The model looked quietly stylish in the snug furry black coat, a monochrome colourblock jumper, ripped black jeans and heeled ankle boots.’
- ‘We love how Olivia's furry vest lent a touch of texture to her colourblocked top and slick white trousers.’
- ‘Fill plain glass cylinders or apothecary jars with single or multicoloured jelly beans for a colourblock effect.’
- ‘Excuse us while we put on our sunglasses so we can look directly at the shot of Roksanda's bright colourblock shift.’
- ‘Alice dressed up in a body-conscious colourblocked sheath and lace-up ankle boots.’
- ‘The Duchess also stepped out in a colourblock peach outfit and also a very daring yellow number.’
- ‘From colourblock details to poppy graphics on luxe fabrics, they've got that live-in appeal we're totally on board with for Fall.’
- ‘But the seaming even turned up in spirit in colourblock turtlenecks, worn under tunics.’
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