Whenever someone walks down the street in a bright yellow top and blinding yellow pants, many people immediately look away. They assume the person has no fashion sense and just threw together a top and bottom with no thought. However, I've come across numerous street and runway looks that are head to toe one color. Rita Ora's yellow street style is extremely fashionable and a bold statement. I'm here to give you the confidence to wear these bright outfits and remove any doubt. Rather than being uncertain about wearing all yellow or red, use it as a confidence boost and a way of getting yourself noticed! Continue reading for more color-inspired outfits.
Jessica Alba brings bright pink to the streets by wearing a dress, which is an easy way of adding color to our otherwise monochrome wardrobes. . . I'm pretty sure the majority of your clothes are either black or grey! On the other hand, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley makes her outfit fully hot pink by using separates, adding color-coordinated accessories, and showing a little skin. But if you are in need of some extra confidence on a night out, surprise everyone by wearing a power suit like the hot pink suit from Mugler's 2017 Resort collection.
I believe red is one of the only colors that makes the loudest statement, and I like it! If your going to an event or dinner, definitely throw on all red to spice up your attire. It's the easiest way to show you're confident, even if you may be shivering inside.
The 2017 Resort collections were the epitome of one-color outfits. Delpozo used a creative but simple silhouette to downplay the single color. Roland Mouret's collection paired the bright outfits with darker accessories and makeup, balancing out the color. Ermanno Scervino still went with many full one-color outfits, but had a deeper hue, which may appeal to many of you.
You might be quite intimidated by the splash of color, but starting off with statement pieces is the best way. A bright jacket over a simple black ensemble will get you on your way to a colorful wardrobe in no time! Add some of the above jackets or tops to your wardrobe and slowly transform your collection to having color. If you are just starting to transition from monochrome, it would be easier to start off with head to toe in one color but less bright compared to some of these hot pink or yellow ensembles. Blue is an easier and more comfortable color, which is a great starting point. Match some of the above blue items with regular jeans to get the feel of one-color outfits. Adding this color will only help you by creating more possible outfits for every occasion. Next time you're feeling adventurous, throw on a hot pink jacket!