5 Spring Colors to Refresh Your Spring Wardrobe
Spring is normally the time when you work yourself up to finally try some of the major fashion trends of the year. The weather has cleared up and the days are longer, but spring collections also tend to be a little more animated and colorful compared with the outwear-heavy ones for fall. The list of things to try in 2019 is already pretty long, so as you prep your wardrobe for the equinox, consider going back to the basics: Start with color.
Spring colors normally mean shades of yellow, green, pink, blue and purple that cleanse the palate after months of dark colors like black and brown.
The lovely pale yellow shade was spotted on the spring 2019 runways of Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Escada, and Salvatore Ferragamo, on breezy, breathable silhouettes like slips and oversize blouses.
Even before New York Fashion Week ended last September, showgoers had declared golden yellow the color for spring 2019. On the runway, this rich hue was presented both as an accent color and as a head-to-toe look- a cheery to welcome the promise of warm weather.
Give your closet a boost with a bright-orange statement piece. You can do trousers or a statement dress.
Darker orange shades also had a spring 2019 runway moment, courtesy of brands like Richard Malone and Valentino. It's a great color to have in your wardrobe as you transition your cold-weather pieces into sunnier weather-it works just as well with the warmer, darker hues of fall as it does with the brighter, cheerier ones of spring.
Like the relief of warm sunshine after months of cold, this minty shade of green is a refreshing addition to your spring wardrobe. Wear it head to toe, or find a single piece to pair with your classic pastels.