Fashion Trend Primrose Yellow

 When we think of Summer, we picture sunshine and bright colors. Yet, yellow has been viewed as hard to wear, bright color that only supermodels or celebrities can pull off. Maybe it was Beyoncé’s dress by Roberto Cavalli in her Hold Up video, Emma Watson’s classic Belle dress in Beauty and the Beast, the La La Land posters of Emma Stone, or the DHL tee from Vetement’s that started it all. Either way, primrose yellow is the it-color of the season.

From lemon yellow, to mustard, to pastel, runways this spring summer 2017 season showed us that there are more options out there to suit everyone’s skin tone. If you have a fair skin tone, then a mustard or dark yellow will look best. Olive skin tones look great with bright yellows and make your skin glow. Dark skin tones look beautiful with all shades of yellow and compliment your skin. Sticking to the trends of Spring, yellow also pairs well with other bright colors like pink, blue, and orange. Or you can keep it classic by pairing yellow with white or black. So don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try a fun yellow dress or even pair yellow and pink! A yellow accessory like a bag or shoes also makes your outfit fun and instantly Springy.

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Giambattista Valli primrose yellow fashion trend

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Emilio Pucci primrose yellow fashion trend
Emilio Pucci primrose yellow fashion trend

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Chloé primrose yellow fashion trend
Chloé primrose yellow fashion trend

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Altuzzarra primrose yellow fashion trend
Altuzzarra primrose yellow fashion trend
Elie Saab primrose yellow fashion trend
Elie Saab primrose yellow fashion trend

Written by Paige Peterson


 

 When we think of Summer, we picture sunshine and bright colors. Yet, yellow has been viewed as hard to wear, bright color that only supermodels or celebrities can pull off. Maybe it was Beyoncé’s dress by Roberto Cavalli in her Hold Up video, Emma Watson’s classic Belle dress in Beauty and the Beast, the La La Land posters of Emma...
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