SS 2015 Color Trend: Yellow

By admin Wednesday, 08 April 2015 12:41 PM

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Before you scoff and say "not for me," hear us out. From amber and canary to saffron and marigold, trust that there is a shade of yellow for everyone. The trick is figuring out your skin's undertone, then finding the hue that best complements it. The following energizing and great shade for the most refreshing and smile-evoking reaction is the Custard yellow shade, which can be selected as the basic color for the combinations like those made of yellow and green and black and orange, arranged into catchy and cute design patterns and overall silhouettes. The warmness of the sun, the energy it conveys and the memories of the summer that can’t but invade you remind when seeing shades like this all contribute to the quick growth of the popularity of this shade in the list of the top spring 2015 color trends. 

The collections of Alice & Trixie, Nanette Lepore, Nicole Miller, Ralph Lauren, Cushnie Et Ochs, Michael Kors, Jenny Packham, Creatures of the Wind and Carolina Herrera all come to prove the uniqueness and the exclusive universality of this tone and all of the combinations that come with it. From boho chic to vintage and modern looks, everything will work perfectly with this tone for sure and some designers apparently know about that. Pair this perfect yellow tone with Classic Blue pieces to make a real fashion statement!

The next shade we would like to talk about is Tangerine, being one of the brightest and most energizing shades ever. It is a saturated form of the traditional orange, which still does not make its way through the fashion trends perfectly yet. So if you would like everyone to notice you and to smile every time you are around then this shade and the design interpretations like those of Yoana Baraschi are just the thing you need. Here, the sassy and energizing orange shade is mixed with a range of other bright shades and put into super modern and beautiful combinations with the rest of the piece being cropped tops, high-waisted skirts and accessories like scarfs. For more inspiration, look to Emilio Pucci, DSquared2, Lucas Nascimento and Mugler. This warm shade looks attractive in combination with Toasted Almond and Strawberry Ice.