Summer is here and now’s the absolute best time to add a splash of vivid shades to your wardrobe. With the Crayola brights trend in full swing this season, we’re sure you’ve seen A listers and noteworthy figures put their own spin to amplified sartorial ensembles through colorblocking with eye-catching colors. If there’s anyone who truly schooled us on how to rock this trend, it’s Kisses Delavin as she fronts the cover for MEGA’s March 2018 issue.
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In the breathtaking sceneries of Czech Republic, Kisses traverses the storied land in maximum technicolor – clad in only the most show-stopping looks courtesy of the country’s top designers.
Sauntering down Prague’s Old Town Square, the star illuminates the classical landscape with cool color combos of canary yellow, fuschia, beige, and forest green, topped off with chic tassel earrings as a statement addition.
The young beauty presents how to wear the trendy tone of lime in a button-dow and paperbag waist trousers for a waist-cinching silhouette and finished with a powder blue blazer. Of course, amplifying the beauty look even further, frilly danglers accompany the ensemble for a face-framing look.
Lime time never ends as Kisses continues the striking palette but upgraded to a sleeker version with midi blazer dress tied with a powder blue belt and flared trousers in a matching hue. As the weather gets chilly in Prague, the beige high neck top is a great way to stay warm and be a subtle addition to a colorblocked ensemble without breaking the scheme.
A 2-piece outfit can say so many things and make a big statement if done properly. As seen on the cover, Kisses poses in a popping ruffled Victorian-esque top and paired with electric mint green neoprene trousers. Not one to miss on ornamental accessories, the 18-year-old dons a pair of daisy dangling earrings that beautifully compliments her billowy top.
In probably our most favorite palette for colorblocking, Kisses makes a case for an arresting assemblage with a mix of dainty and powerful hues of soft rose, ultra violet and vibrant coral that made her even more astonishing amidst the garden scene in Chateau Mcely. Who says pencil skirt need to look basic? A peplum adds a nice decorative touch to form-fitting silhouette.
See Kisses Delavin in all her sartorial glory at Czech Republic in MEGA’s March 2018 issue available in Magzter, Flip 100, and leading newsstands.
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