Canary Yellow Dress? Yes Why Not – Stylist

Spring has sprung and what a lovely way to acknowledge this with a yellow dress! This colour is making waves across the fashion industry and it makes sense. When you think of the spring, what colour do you think of? Yellow is often the first colour I associate with this fresh season.

Spring is such a special time of year. Who doesn’t love the longer days of sunshine? It’s always a relief to see the light, after months of darkness. Seeing the trees begin to bud and people flocking to the seafront, whilst still in coats, sunnies on, pints in hand and, at last, a teaser of warmth. Our minds begin to relax, romanticising about the summer which is just within reach.

Finally there is more golden sunshine and all the shops start selling daffodils. This certainly is the perfect time to indulge in this new trend. There are so many to choose from too, and the trick here is to get the right shade for you. So for example, if you have fairer hair, yellows such as ‘Yellow Gold’, ‘Marigold’ and ‘Caramel’ will suit you better as apposed to our darker haired friends where yellows such as ‘Lemon’ or ‘Mustard’ will pack a punch!

What I like about this colour is that you can dress it up or down, wear it with heels for a night out or a denim jacket and white converse trainers during the day. It is a statement in itself, so therefore you can always go easy on accessories, make-up and hair.

So, go for it, treat yourself to a yellow dress this spring. I believe you will feel elegant, whilst looking beautiful against the backdrop of spring. Plus you will be ready for anything – day or night!

Happy spring x

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