DIY color block pants

DIY color block pants Tommy Ton

Color blocked clothes, styling and accessories were a major trend the past summer. Honestly ..WTF? made a tutorial on how to transform your old basic chakis into a color block inspired pair that was spotted on Tommy Ton in the streets.

How is it done? The most popular theory for combining colors is called the rule of two-thirds. How you achieve the rule of two-thirds starts by making an equilateral triangle (a triangle with 3 equal sides) on the color wheel… From there, you pick two of the three colors that the triangle touches. These colors will almost always harmonize together beautifully. Neutral colors and metals (beige, white, gray, black, gold, silver, copper) are not marked on the color wheel, but they pretty much go with anything. Also choosing a bold or neon color with one of these neutrals works well.

Examples:
Cobalt Blue + Yellow + Orange
Chocolate Brown + Pink + Peach
Purple + Bright Blue + Teal
Deep blue + bright pink + White
Coral + Grey + Ivory

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