Everyone knows that black is the fashion world's favorite color, except in the spring — especially this spring. After a winter that pummeled many regions with snow, ice and cold, the chic set has agreed that it's time to break out the daffodil yellow, grass green and sky blue. When the concept of spring came to fruition, it was the dead of winter. Everyone's mood is just waiting for warmth and the color that comes with it.
Many fashionista has been eyeing a bright blue cobalt jacket, and maybe an orange or green scarf. The scarf alone allows you to update an outfit and feel good at the same time. The girl in yellow might be on to one of the season's trends: Fashion advisers say cheerful yellows are an important color family. The thing to remember is that sunshine is delivered in several shades. Find the one that works best with your skin tone, or, if you're still wary of a color that isn't typically easy to wear, move it away from your face.
Brights are a signature color for spring and women are ripe to wear them this year as they look to tap into an uplifted spirit in a bohemian shape. This collection is linked to 'summer is coming,' so it's lighthearted approach. Turquoise, pink and red are signs for an "instant buy,” Shoppers will buy a new basic T-shirt just because of the positive vibe attached to it, If it makes you smile on a rainy day, you see it, you want it, and it works.
And also one of the best-bet values is brightly colored cardigans. They're very doable, very manageable and you'll wear them every day and can easily worn over any LBD or LWD — little black dress, little white dress.
You can mix almost any two colors together, although it all depends on your style. I like to see a pop of neon with a bigger statement in a bright color. But, you don't want to clash. Today’s fashion favorite are bolder pairings are pink and red, yellow and green, and purple with green Blue, however, is a consistent favorite of shoppers, and mixing intensities is popular.
Looking ahead to fall, emphasis will be on jewel tones and colors associated with the rainforest, including acid green and tangerine, both of which look good against brown, moving back into the darker neutrals that inevitably come after Labor Day.
Just a helpful reminder, learn to mix and match your style, so you can still be fashionable whatever season it is.