Color Block

Sunday, October 26, 2014

A relationship with God is the most important relationship you can have. Embrace it everyday.

So, I decided to try something different by color blocking two primary colors with a bow tie. Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience, and try out new things. This shade of yellow is mustard yellow. I styled my hair in a vintage way, 'cause I didn't want my hair to drop so that the collar of my shirt and the bow would be seen. The black shoes I wore, neutralized the color blocking.
With bendy rollers you can achieve this look. Firstly I pick out small strips of my hair, and sprayed some water on each strip of hair before rolling. I ensured the bendy rollers were extremely tight, which gave it this transformation. Trust me, it's hard-work...but worth it. No pain, no gain!   
 Put God first and you'll never be last. 
 Mustard color is a perfect color for fall, as you can see mustard colored leaves. 
 When color blocking you must be comfortable and confident in whatever you're wearing, and carriage also matters. 
Have a beautiful Sunday. This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad. Praise the Lord.  Wish you guys a fruitful week. 

Shirt- Primark
Sweater- OODJI
Midi Skirt- Ebay
Shoes- Ebay
Bow tie- Outlet Store

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  1. I am stunned at how well u could pull off these colours. is beau...

  2. this look is everything it pushed me to check out you blog..lovely things you doing here

  3. Funny that I saw this picture on @allthingsfiery and instantly fell in love..didnt even know you had a blog..and here I am..woohoo..


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