Let the Sunshine In
Saffron, sunshine, lemonade — any way you slice it spring is all about yellow. Did you know that in China the color yellow is associated with happiness, glory and wisdom? Let’s borrow that line of thinking because we’re sure that the hot hue, whether mellow yellow or sunny bright, will elicit those feelings, especially your wardrobe’s.
Designers are ready for make a splash this season by taking a monochromatic approach to wearing the hue. Hermès ethereal creation of a soft, billowy, sheer, yellow tank-style with nude camisole is a Miami must-have as is its short-sleeve shirtdress accented by silver zippers and a subtle yellow print.
Heading to a function and looking for some flair? Rick Owens has two pieces from his newest collection in bright mustard that demands head turns.
Emilio Pucci goes bold and bright with many options to take the trend from runway to real life. From a yellow three-quarter-sleeve, wrap blouse and a gauzy, sheer-sleeve dress paired with yellow bloomers for coverage (and yellow booties to complete the look) to a yellow long-sleeved top paired with sheer calf-length skirt (and the aforementioned booties) and short yellow dress featuring an abstract charcoal grey and white pattern.
For those that aren’t feeling head-to-toe sunny, you can add a pop of the lemon-like color by way of accessories. Try the Prada Plex Ribbon bag, a small yellow clutch with turquoise hardware accents, or opt for the brand’s shoulder bag in yellow that is adorned with palm trees and hut-style home prints.
Christian Louboutin’s So Kate patent yellow heels can be your go-to shoe for adding a small burst of color to any outfit from jeans to gown. Newcomer to the Miami Design District, fine jewelry designer Daniella Kronfle’s Mosaico di Luce Earring
with rose cut citrine and Charmed Butterfly Necklace with two-tone citrine and whiskey citrine and diamonds are also an elegant way to brighten up.
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