Hot New Colors for Spring

Gone are the days when pastels dominated spring wardrobes. With the latest trends emerging on the circuit; colors like reds and making their debut in spring wardrobes.

Scarlet was a color that was once forbidden in spring wardrobes. It is associated with danger, adventure and lust and this is now emerging in spring wardrobes. You can wear a dress in these hues and team them with slightly sober colored accessories. Neural colored shoes, clutches, bags and belts will look good for the day while you can club black and gold with scarlet for a night time look.

Blush is a more feminine color and must be worn in the right silhouettes for the perfect look. Chiffons, lace and satins in blush look ultra glam while suede pieces will give a more rustic look to the outfit. You can wear a bold look by teaming blush outfits with beaded embellishments. This color will give you a rosy look if you have a darker complexion.

Ditch your lemon outfits for acid yellow. This neon (almost fluorescent) color will make your outfit look preppy and will compliment the season. If you are not very keen on making a bold statement then you can team an accessory in this hue for a perfect look. This can be teamed with brown, grey and black. Shoes, bags, belts and even scarves in acid yellow are the latest trend in spring wardrobes. Wear an acid yellow tank top or camisole with a pair of jeans and a jacket.

Who would have though that silver would make a debut during spring? This year metallic grey or sliver is creeping into spring outfits and is making a lasting impression. You can wear a silver cardigan or tank top to the office but at night you can go all out. A one piece outfit in silver can be worn at night. Don’t feel shy to add on chunky jewelry to the attire to add oomph to your outfit. Dazzle those around you with silver sandals or a clutch with embellishments.

Lavender is a soft color that adds class to your outfit. It is feminine, chic and looks radiant on any skin tone. You can play with this color by teaming it with soft colors like pinks and silver or even white. To make a bold statement you can club lavender with black.