This contributor post was written by Christina of Down and Out Chic.
The mod 70’s colorblocking trend is back in full force and I especially like this trend when it comes to jewelry. A little goes a long way and these handmade pieces approach the graphic, bold use of color in a fresh way…
(above) colorblock layered bangles set of 3 ($60) by the glossy queen
eagle point necklace ($188), clear fork necklace ($68) and central point pop bracelet ($42) by minoux
geometric necklaces in triangle and circle ($34) by snug studio
water resistant watches by May28th ($39)
leather arrow necklaces ($22) by leebee jewelry
leather colorblock necklace ($24) rare bird
What do you like most about this trend?
Christina is the writer behind the design blog, Down and Out Chic. She’s a budget-friendly design huntress that’s passionate about art and the handmade movement. She adores all things striped and polka dotted and would spend most of her afternoons vintage shopping if her closet were big enough. Find her on Twitter or at D&OC.
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We love colorblocking! Thanks to papernstitch for the write up 🙂 http://t.co/WmeE23YcMay28th (@MAY28TH)
we got a mention on @papernstitch: the blog on Creative Colorblocking (Jewelry) http://t.co/k5Ire3LS. thanks guys!May28th (@MAY28TH)
Right up my alley! Chevron, AND neon? In Jewelry? So fabulous! Found on: http://t.co/IhctoSaJ from @papernstitch(@SentWell) (@SentWell)
#StopThePress TGQ’s colorblock bangles featured front & center on the @papernstitch #blog today!! http://t.co/Y931IGm7jennifer elizabeth (@theglossyqueen)
RT @papernstitch: Creative Colorblocking (Jewelry): This contributor post was written by Christina of Down andâ€¦ http://t.co/hilfi6Mw(@designcoyote) (@designcoyote)