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That’s right Fashion Dolls Colour-Blocking has a new style code  – Purple and Orange! Thanks to this cut-out two piece for Gucci’s Spring 11 collection, The purple and orange has been seen on celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessica Alba,Camilla Belle, Jessica Alba and has also been put on front covers of magazines such as Marie Claire and Flare.

As I’m writing this watching E! news, Guilana Rancic is rocking the same look! It’s the sought-after combo right now and this post is dedicated to giving you a well-rounded scoop on the new trend in the form of DOs & DON’Ts to keep you in the style lane!

DO go bold for a vibrant clash. Bold shades of the two hues gives a striking effect!

DO wear a maxi dress for a playful look just like Jessica Alba – a good change up to the Gucci knee-length.

DON’T wear trousers à la Cheryl Cole. Stick with skirts – mid length, minis, pencil skirts all work for this style.

DO reverse it! Purple on orange or orange on purple. Wear it your way!

DON’T wear any other belt colour expect gold, one tassels if you want the Gucci new style code. Cheryl Cole spoils the look with a turquoise belt. Gold gives this look a glamorous finish. H&M has a one from £7.99! Get in.

DO wear it with minimal jewelry or none at all. If you have to, stick with gold to complement the belt.

DO rock a cut-out version of this combo just like Jennifer Lawrence but DON’T wear it if you don’t have a washboard torso. Kim Kardashian take note!

DO wear bright shoes for the catwalk look. For the ultimate colour-pop look wear nude pumps. Nicole Scherzinger does it well!

There you have it Fashionistas! I really like this combination. It’s a definite must-try.

xxox The Girl in Red Lipstick