Spring Fashion 2010



This ultra-feminine shade looks best when paired with soft neutral separates during the day and bright iridescent accessories at night. To give an outfit more texture, experiment with lace, chiffon or suede pieces. Want to go bolder? Find a blush-colored dress or blouse with embellishments such as paillettes or beading. Believe it or not, the pastel shade works for all skin tones, giving fair to dark complexions a rosy glow.


Once considered strictly for the bold and adventurous, red is now practically a wardrobe essential. Work this rich, universally flattering shade into a daytime look with a wrap dress and beige wedges or espadrilles. Transition into evening with a sexy, one-shoulder style and sky-high stilettos. Still feeling shy about wearing crimson? Pack the same punch with a prominent accessory, such as a belt or a purse, worn against neutrals or basic black

Acid Yellow

Don’t let fluorescent colors intimidate you—this vibrant shade of yellow is meant to liven your look, not distract from it. Make a sunny statement in a neon shift paired with heather grey sandals and a matching clutch. The color even works at the office—brighten a dark suit with a lemon-kissed camisole or a blouse with a splash of citrine. While acid yellow looks ideal against olive and dark skin tones, fairer complexions can opt for softer versions of the eye-catching hue

via Blush – Spring’s Hot New Colors – Spring Fashion 2010 – Fashion – InStyle.

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