In the fashion world, everything moves at such a fast pace. We are always looking to the next season, and it can be hard to even know the current month we are in! That being said, I’ve been looking forward to the end of winter and the beginning of spring. I can’t wait to ditch my coat and bring out the flowy skirts and statement tops. While I was in Dubai, I got inspired by the warmer seasons and started brainstorming spring looks. There are certain colors I can’t wait to wear for spring and wanted to share all about them.
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As you know, I am more inclined to neutrals but wearing more color is definitely one of my resolutions for the spring. Today, I’m kicking my color resolutions off with blue, which is about to be everywhere for spring. From pale blue to teal, this color is universally flattering and pairs well with many other colors. It’s a statement maker regardless of how you wear it.
Although it can be tricky to style, this bright and cheery hue is a color everyone should get on board for spring. Whether you prefer pale banana shades or more vibrant honey gold, this color illuminates the complexion and looks flattering on anyone. An easy way to step out of your comfort zone and try this color out, is with one piece outfits. For instance, a yellow midi dress is a complete outfit in itself and can be tempered with a leather jacket or cardigan.
In addition to shades of yellow, I am looking forward to rocking lively bright pinks as well. I quite like how a bold pop of pink can look so feminine and chic. This spring, try a fuchsia dress for a night out on the town.
If fuchsia is a little too dynamic for your liking, try a darker alternative. I strongly believe maroon is a color that can work all year round. This deeper, richer wine color always looks luxurious on and can make you look and feel expensive.
Last but not least, I can’t stray from my roots. Of course I am looking forward to wearing earthy tones in new, different ways this upcoming spring season. In order to do so, I want to incorporate different materials and fabrications into my outfits. Pieces like a silk skirt or a linen blazer in neutrals are an easy way to make these colors look reinvented.
What colors are you ready to bring out for spring?