orange and red colour blocking
Wearing wedges from Greece, Orange Supre Sheer T, Faux Fur vest, G-Star Jeans & Time Culture Watch. Nails: Revlon Top Speed.

So you might have seen my colour blocking posts here and here. This is what I wore to the Revlon Top Speed Fashion Show. Super duperly loving this sheer orange tee from Supre, and have you seen their style inspiration blog Be Your Own Brand?
And do you like my colour blocked nails??? To suit the occasion, I had to paint my nails in the new range of Revlon’s Top Speed nail laquer. Do you like the pink french tip effect? Nail tutorial video coming your way shortly!
pink, orange and red colour blocking
Team up orange, pink and red for the peeerfect colour blocking combination!!!
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19 Comments

  1. alannah.

    >oh joelyne i love your colour blocking, you do it so well!! love the colour of that tee too, gorgeous! & your nails are fab, im so impressed you did it yourself!x

    thatsweetaurora.blogspot.com

  2. The Girl With a Feather

    >I love love love this so much! Can't wait to see the tutorial. I'm loving bright colours so much at the moment!

  3. Miss Bias

    >Super cool outfit. Love the combination of colours that you've used for colour blocking. Each colour pops and compliments the others so well.

    Miss Bias

  4. Melina-Lajolie

    >You look amazing ! Love your nails! <3
    Please visit my blog and become a member if you like it <3
    xx
    melina from melina-lajolie.blogspot.com

  5. kirafashion

    >I love it my friend! and you look so happy! Thats the most important thing and I also love your house, so chic and minimalistic!

    cool!

  6. poppy51

    >i LOVE your "introduction" to the sydney girl, it's so funny and interresting to hear about all that details but…..OMG you speak so quickly :-)!!! For the french girl that i am (who doesn't speak well english), it is really difficult to understand everything…. :-(
    So, i know you don't have time…..but, maybe, one day, if really you can, it would be great to have (not the translation in french no non), but a subtitle (it is more simple to read…)…. For you readers all over the world ;-)?

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