Colour-blocking is. I don't colour-block. I have always worn colour.
...and while we're at it... what the hell kind of term is colour-blocking anyway?? 'Blocks' of colour the style may be but colour blocking sounds to me like you're blocking colour out... if I'm blocking a punch, that could be called punch-blocking, right? (It isn't*) So what does that sound like to you? That I'm blocking the punches and not getting hit or taking them all, 'wearing' them and getting my ass kicked??
Do you see what I'm saying here?? ...... What's that? Oh. Not important you say? Yes, well, you're right. I'm just saying... because if colour blocking is a current trend then how I'm seeing it on the streets of Sydney is how the term sounds to me. An absence of colour.
In the uber [eek. buzzword. somebody shoot me now. preferably with a camera...] trendy space I work in, surrounded by designers and creative types and well-known bloggers, including a street style photographer who thinks she's Blog's gift to humankind (so no, not me), I am the only one that wears colour. The others all colour block.
There was a point to this post.