Sponsored Post: How to Pair Brights

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Color-block: Ready to up the ante? Try color-blocking and pairing bright colors with *gasp* other bright colors! My tip for color blocking is the old dating rule that opposites attract. Try pairing hue combinations that seemingly clash. Like pink and red, or orange and pink. Sometimes, a juxtaposition of colors we don’t typically see together make really awesome outfits.

Go all the way: So, it happened. In your quest to start wearing more bright colors, you fell in love. Maybe more than once. And yes, your love is a color, but not just a color. It’s emerald. Or cobalt blue. Or blood orange.

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Whatever the hue of your affection is, you’re ready to go all in. That is, go monochromatic and dress yourself head to toe in *drum roll please* one color. Pay tribute to your fave shade by matching your accessories with your outfit.

This post is part of the Sponsored Posts series sponsored by our friends over at Chaps. The content and the style, however, are all from Kathryn. Check out Chaps–available at Kohl’s for more springtime fashion inspirations.

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