Tuning vector vortex in spatially coherent multicolored beam is studied. A wavelength filter based on the tunable modal properties of light is experimentally demonstrated, and the polarization topology of optical beam profile is mapped. A hybrid mode-wavelength division multiplexing (HMWDM) scheme is proposed. In this scheme information is encoded in the wavelength of light, and the spatial mode and polarization modulation about the optical mode is used to turn on and off frequency channels. This scheme is applicable to increase information capacity of light and in high resolution microscopy.