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Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Color-Blocked Outfits!

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Before we move into December, we have one last pattern adventures for this month! November's theme is color-blocking, so today, I'm showing you how to incorporate it into your wardrobe! Some are super simple, and some are sparkly and bright. Take a look...

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocking / via Oh Joy!

Red Hot  — An entire outfit of pink and red? Yes please! Most of you know by now that red is one of my least favorite colors, but it's growing on me and is fun to pair with pink! This blouse has a fun color-block twist, and I continued the color-blocking throughout with solid pink pants and shoes in a slightly darker pink shade.

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocks / via Oh Joy!

Pink & Red: Asos top, Victoria Beckham x Target pants (past season), Target shoes (past season).

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocking / via Oh Joy!

Dreamy Pastels — This outfit is soft and sparkly, and surprisingly cozy. I paired a pretty pastel color-blocked dress with a chunky knit sweater and topped them all off with show-stopping boots!

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocking / via Oh Joy!

Pretty Pastels: Misha & Puff sweater (similar), Asos dress, Intentionally Blank shoes.

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocking / via Oh Joy!

Bold and Bright — This is the outfit to wear when you want to go bold! It mixes a lot of textures (sequins, fur, and rhinestones), so keeping the color scheme consistent was super important. The skirt is the star of the outfit, so I played off its color-blocking tones in the skirt and paired it with a blush statement tee, faux fur coat with a little bling, and metallic gold flats.

Pattern Adventures: Oh Joy Wears Colorblocking / via Oh Joy!

Bold and Bright: Zara jacket (past season), Ban.do shirt (past season), Cynthia Rowley skirt, Loeffler Randallshoes (similar).

{Photos by Lily Glass. Outfit styling by Joy Cho, flat and prop styling by Julia Wester, prop styling assistance by Jess Hong. 

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