Celeb Style: Colorblocking Hits Hollywood

Colorblocking took the fall runways by storm, as designers combined rich shades to create geometric looks. Celebrities from movie stars to musicians are flaunting this colorful craze all over the red carpet. Follow their lead and pack a punch into your autumn attire with multihued shoes.

Celeb Style: Colorblocking Hits Hollywood

Palette Partners

This trend can easily become overwhelming, so ease into it. Start with two tones in the same color family, like Emma Stone. She paired a red Giambattista Valli sweater with a pink skirt for the "Friends with Benefits" premiere in New York. Incorporate this concept into your wardrobe with a dual-hued platform pump. Shoes: Available at JustFab.com

Balancing Act

Prevent your look from becoming psychedelic by balancing brights with a neutral. The vivid oranges and pinks of Olivia Palermo's pleated dress from DKNY are offset by a black block. Try this interpretation of the trend with a pair of high heels that follow the same model. Shoes: Available at JustFab.com

Tonal Trinity

Colorblocking is fun and funky, but it can also be effortlessly elegant, as shown by Emmy Rossum. The minimalistic silhouette of her Etro dress allows each shade to pop while maintaining a cohesive quality. Embrace this adaptation of the trend with a velvety pair of tri-color platform pumps. Shoes: Available at JustFab.com

Double Time

When in doubt, stay within your fashion comfort zone. Styles that feature one neutral hue and one bright color (like the cut25 techno knit dress Jordin Sparks wore to a movie premiere in L.A.) are equally on-trend, but less intense. Introduce this idea into your repertoire with an open-toe cutout bootie. Shoes: Available at JustFab.com