Unless you have been living under a rock, you would know by now that colour-pop trends are going to be everywhere this season. It’s finally time to say bye-bye to the neon and welcome colour pop into our lives. Like neon, bright colours can seem a little too intimidating and confusing at first. Lucky for you, we are right here to guide you along this new trend! Whether it is an office day for you or a casual day out, we will tell you exactly how to use this trend with versatility.
DOMINATE THE DULL
This one is for all the hard-working ladies out there. Your work wardrobe may already be having a lot of neutrals. These neutrals are perfect for an everyday look. In order to incorporate some colour pop jazz into your outfit, all that you need to do is layer over your neutrals. Neutrals can go with literally any colour of the world. This gives you the freedom to pick whatever you like and layer it over your regular outfits.
LET IT PEEK!
Another easy trick is to just reverse the previous trick. Instead of layer over your outfit, all that you have to do is layer underneath it. It could be as simple as the collar and the cuff of a shirt peeking through a sweater. Another great example would be an oversized turtleneck under a tied-up coat. The list could go on and on. The important thing to remember here is that sometimes, less is more!
USE THE ACCESSORIES
In case you love the trend but aren’t ready to go all out just yet, this trick will surely help you out. Accessories are a great way to up-level any outfit. All that you have to do is to make sure to wear colour pop accessories. You can wear anything from green earrings to blue shoes, from a pink belt to yellow socks, the choices are unlimited. Try the trick and refresh any of your old wardrobe staples.
GO ALL OUT
If you are a girl who loves to flaunt fashion and has the fiercest choice, this one is for you. Let's assume your wardrobe is already very colourful. All you have to do is colour-block these colours successfully. A sure shot trick that you can always rely on is the colour wheel. Make sure to pair complementing, bright colours together and your job is done. Blue and orange, red and blue, blue and yellow are only some of the examples.