Seeing Yellow

We’re blessed to be living in a world where colors change by the seasons.  In patterns, solids, and prints we have an ever-building grid of pantones that are on-trend, super stylish and keep us on our tippy-toes barbie feet.

And the #1 hue I am obsessed with is… Aspen Gold.  What’s not to love?  It’s rich.  It’s autumnal yet resembles the sun.  It’s a jewel tone which is universally flattering.  And Nina García tweeted about it.

While stores are still well into their leopards, neons, and checks—by wearing it now, you’re ahead of its curve.  You’re skipping ahead a season or two ’cause it’s going to be huge SS19.  Given the classification of the grown-up alternative to Gen Z Yellow.

How Should You Wear It?  What Goes With It?  Where Can You Find It?

Sure it will come in blouse, jacket, and bottom separates—I know, I’ll be on the lookout for a killer blazer.  You could also think a different way.  A more instant way.  Like a coordinating set.  A fluid set.  A wide-legged silhouette.  One less step to getting dressed.  And it’s only $60 $30

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The Look:

Coordinating Set, Nastygal.com | Vinyl Trench, Topshop.com | Trainers, Amazon.com

Now I’m not suggesting you dare to wear this set to your office, grocery store, or even to dinner.  Maybe just the pants, you could.  You will get stares because it is a bit out of the ordinary to prance like this around your local ‘hood.  But imagine wearing this Atomic Crop Top and Wide-Leg Pants to a bachelorette, friend’s birthday, or holiday party coming up.  The Belle of the Ball you know?  Just add a sock boot to dress it up a little and leave your trainers at home.

And the knotting you see in my back-side photo is actually the cropped top’s ruched front.  It works either way, which I found quite awesome.

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