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Photos by Aiden Park
How do y’all feel about yellow? It isn’t the most popular color out there… It’s best known for being difficult to pull off. However, it’s currently having a moment. Countless designers featured yellow in their Fall 2016 collections, and it’s predicted to be the hottest color of the upcoming season. I guess we all better start getting a little bit better acquainted with it!
Pretty much every different shade that you could possibly think of popped up on the runway in some form or fashion (no pun intended). We’re talking everything from neon right down to more muted tones such as mustard and goldenrod. The runway is always the place for extreme versions of the latest trends. Many designers featured bold head-to-toe yellow looks in their collections, but I’m not quite ready for that just yet.
Honestly, I’d probably end up looking like Big Bird if I went with an all yellow look… So, I decided to ease myself into this trend with this light yellow top. I kept things casual and simple with my favorite pair of boyfriend jeans, flat sandals, and a classic handbag. If you’re looking to test the waters a bit without going all out, I recommend incorporating small pops of yellow into your wardrobe. Whether it be a top, a handbag or some statement jewelry, the choice is yours!