It’s been a long, cold winter and not only have we been forced to bundle up, chances are we’ve all been sporting dark and drab wear, as is typical in the winter months. While we still have a few weeks left of cold before we can start rockin’ those cute spring clothes, we can start adding a little pazazz to our boring winter wardrobes with little pops of color.
As is always the case in the spring, brights will be back this season, and the most popular hues this spring are hot pink/fuschia, yellows & oranges, and bright blues. Here are some great (and affordable) options to brighten up any wardrobe.
A girl can never have too many fitted tees in her wardrobe and Old Navy has an array of brightly colored t-shirts that are currently all on sale for $5!
You can keep warm and look fun and cheerful in a bright cardigan. Once spring comes, you can layer them over a dress (as shown), or throw em over tanks for chilly evenings.
A fun part of spring is the chance to bust out those cute dresses once again, here are some fun & flirty options for the upcoming warm months. All can be paired with black tights to get you through the winter, and worn bare legged with sandals once the warm weather sets in.
If solid brights aren’t your style, incorporate the bright colors of spring with a floral print. Florals will be back in full force this spring and here are a couple of awesome options that play on both trends.
And if you prefer just want a smidgen of color, shoes are a great way to brighten your ensemble without being too loud.The popular fringe trend from fall/winter will be translated into spring/summer in the form of sandals.
Not into fringe? Why not bust out a cute pair of flats, a more colorful gladiator sandal, or try the latest spring shoe trend, the Huarache sandal, with a colorful twist? All are adorable, comfortable, and add the pop that your outfit needs. (You can’t really sport these with snow on the ground, but start loading up now for an instant mood lift.)
Whatever you do, the most important thing to remember is not to be afraid of color. Have a little fun with it – a little can add a whole lot of excitement to your look. Especially after a long season of blacks, greys and navy.