For an inexpensive and less scary way to get into the trend, this dress from Target is cute -
Colorblocking is definitely a trend meant to be worn by the masses this spring, not just the designer customer, says Suze Yalof Schwartz, Glamour's fashion editor at large. She recommends buying a garment that's already colorblocked for you, though, instead of creating your own with a top, belt and skirt — all in different colors.
One insider trick Yalof Schwartz offers is to wear neutral-colored shoes no matter what hues are part of your colorblocked outfit: "I prefer when you match your shoes to your skin tone. It will make legs look longer," she says.
Delia's has this adorable dress, perfect for hot summer days -
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For a higher end and less casual version try this Cynthia Steffe dress on sale at Saks -