It’s spring – so brighten yourself up with some spring brights. There are LOADS of great, colourful items out there. Choose form bright blue, emerald green, sunshine yellow, bold orange or bright red.
Orange is a big trend, as we have discussed on this blog already this year, but the other brights are also big spring news. Spring brights can be worn alone, or combined for bold colour blocking.
Mix your reds with black and grey for a nod to the 1980s. Or add orange, just one step down the spectrum from red, they complement each other vividly! Wear a full outfit of brights for instant visibility!
Orange is a great sporing brights colour -and take it right through to your summer wardrobe, and then autumn too. It does work with lots of skintones and hair shades. Don’t be afraid of orange, it’s more flattering than you might think.
If blue is your thing, then make it cobalt bright electric blue. Another favourite from the 1980s, it works well with black and white, and also with paler, contrasting shades of blue.
Green is gorgeous on blondes, brunettes and redheads. A flattering shade, bright emerald green is gloriously happy and warm. You need it in your life this season! If it’s too much, maybe an emerald bikini for your holiday?
Clockwise, from left: Green stripe dress, £10 (was £29.99), H&M, bikini top, £26, bottoms, £15, Floozie by FrostFrench @ Debenhams, skirt, £29.99, H&M, cardigan, £32, JOY, bracelet, £9, French Connection
Last but by no means least, yellow. The zestiest of spring brights, yellow is instant sunshine. Make sure you have at least one yellow piece in your wardrobe – don’t be afraid of this gorgeous sunny colour.
Clockwise, from top left: Bardot neck top, £12.99, New Look, Broderie Anglaise shell top, £18, BHS, shirt dress, £35, BHS, So Icy Adidas Superstars, £75, Schuh, croc bag, £110, J by Jasper Conran @ Debenhams