Spring is just around the corner, as are the acid bright colors that will be oh-so-prevalent this season. While it may be hard to ease into the Day Glo colors, Papierdoll suggest jumping in head first. Anchor neon with new neutrals like grey and beige, and keep black patent around for a go-to way to bring down the volume when you’re feeling a little timid.
The Tory Burch logo is quickly becoming recognizable among the chic set. It’s loved for its subtle coolness and slightly ‘70s vibe, so when you put it on an electric blue clutch, it comes to life. The Tory Burch Resin Clutch ($295, toryburch.com) is a great go-to clutch for day or night, and provides a great accessory for dressing bright.
It isn’t easy wearing green, but when styled right, it can come off as downright effortless. Philip Lim, maker of all things easy chic, brings us this stunning little frock that can be paired with flats for day or metallics for night. The modern take on the shift dress comes to life in this Kelly green color ($450, satineboutique.com).
L.A.M.B. is easing its way into our handbag-lovin’ hearts one season at a time, and this time around they’ve got plenty of wearable bags that will make our hearts sing. Our favorite (for the time being) is the Los Feliz Beverly Tote ($395, shopbop.com). In bright orange nylon, the bag can take you to the supermarket, M.I.A. concert and beyond.
No one does swirled brights like Pucci. This pair of grained leather graphic print pumps ($450, eluxury.com) is your answer to spicing up a monotonous wardrobe of all black. When paired with a bright white bag the look is modernly mod. We approve.
Yellow trousers, you say? Yep, we said it. Bright colors are coming out in every way imaginable, so take the plunge with a bright pair of cigarette pants and style accordingly. This pair from Alice + Olivia ($242, shopbop.com) transitions to evening with a change of accessories, and would look just as cool perusing around an amusement park.