Yes, Bright Clothing Is Just As Versatile

Fashion convention tells us that neutrals are versatile and easy to pair. So, they’re often presented as smart fashion choices when curating a functional wardrobe. If you’re like me, though, and drawn to bolder and brighter colors, neutrals won’t cut it. It’s a good thing that bright clothing can be just as versatile. And, when you have a wardrobe filled with them, brights pair easily too.

Remember my new bright pink pants from this bold suit? Well, I’m bringing those pants back today to share another way to rock them. Seriously, though, bright pink goes with so much, from yellow to lilac to orange. The combination options are truly plentiful.

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What I’m wearing:

Blouse (option, sweater option) | Pants | Trench coat c/o | Shoes (option, option) | Lip: Mac “Heroine”

Today, I’m blocking bright yellow with bright pink. The blouse is an oldie from Ann Taylor (see it worn before with green here). The pants are a retro pair of high-waisted trousers. They’re a newly available style that also come in stone and camel if neutrals are more your thing. I’m wearing them in a size 8.

To top off the look, I reached for my favorite trench. This trench sold out quickly last year, but it is back in stock. You can find it here for just under $120. Want to see all the ways I’ve been wearing my bright yellow trench? Go here for even more evidence of the versatility of bright clothing.

So, are you team brights, team neutrals, or both?

Location: Midtown, St. Louis

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