Color Blocking with Sharon Stone
We’re back with color blocking! Uh correction, Sharon Stone is.
There’s never enough to be said about color blocking – color options are virtually endless with scrubs. You can mix it up and be the up and coming celeb on your nurse floor! Seriously, it’s that easy. You just gotta put your mind to it, and Bingo – you’re there. Here’s our Color Blocking for Scrubs 101.
Not sure if you know about this, but the color wheel is actually the simplest way to go about color blocking. Colors placed directly across each other on the color wheel are a perfect match, and any three colors which can
be connected by a triangle shape are also worn fabulously together. These color blocking techniques are called complimentary and split-complimentary colors. Interestingly, you can also wear analog colors together too! Analog colors are colors that are two color spaces away from each other but still in the same color family, usually a primary color and secondary color.
The best thing about color blocking with scrubs is that you don’t have to buy any new scrubs to be a scrub fashionista! Use the scrubs you already own to come up with awesome, and just nifty scrub outfits. You got it, so flaunt it!
Inspired by Sharon Stone’s casual chill-day attire, we put together a wickedly identical scrub set. How cool is that? Sharon wore a grey tank with yellow flat front bottoms and a long yellow gold necklace. So we put together Wonderwink grey scrub top with matching yellow scrub bottoms. And voila – look completed!
Just to give you busy nurses an easier time with color blocking we’re going to tell you point blank which color scrubs you can pull together for the perfect color-blocked look. Red and blue are sharp together, orange and orange-yellow are harmonious, and yellow, fushcia and turquoise blue are summery and lively!
Have fun doing the mix n’ match and tell us what color combinations you pulled off.