A Street Style Guide To Wearing Brights Now, From Adam Katz Sinding.
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We don’t know about you, but we’re eager to jumpstart our spring wardrobes, so for our latest street style roundup courtesy of Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21eme, we’re shining an ultra-bright spotlight on some of our favorite electric ensembles. Whether it’s a hint of neon or a head-to-toe high-voltage outfit, these stylish civilians--all of whom were spotted during Fashion Week in New York, London, and Milan--pull off vivid hues in inspiring ways. Scroll through our slideshow for tips on how to incorporate bold color into your repertoire now.
Forgo basic black pants in favor of a punchy red pair.
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A color-block backpack adds youthful energy to any ensemble.
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Let your shoes do all the talking with a pair of magenta wedges.
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A pop of neon yellow under a powder blue blazer is an easy way to try the trend.
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A white biker jacket and orange leopard clutch break up the monochrome at play here.
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Orange piping on a taupe tote makes an oh-so-subtle statement.
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Dark separates temper a spirited neon skirt.
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Never settle for basic black: add a hot pink cap and multicolored coat to your cold-weather repertoire.
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The secret to this color-blocking mash-up is the common fuchsia hue in both the trousers and heels.
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A yellow clutch pops against a classic pair of wide-leg jeans.
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A neon green overcoat wakes up a basic black and white outfit.
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Contrast classic nautical stripes with a bright green coat.
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Mixing textures such as jersey trousers and a wool coat are key when going for a monochrome look in bright yellow.
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Up the ante with head-to-toe pink, and balance the look with a white coat and nude sunnies.
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Side-striped pants give off a cool sporty vibe.
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Your hair is fair game when it comes to accessorizing bold colors.
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A standard orange watch cap stands out amid a sea of black and white pieces.