This month's street style stars show you how to amplify your wardrobe with statement-making electric hues.
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Photo credit: Image courtesy of Adam Katz Sinding
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.
Photo credit: Image courtesy of Adam Katz
A color-block backpack adds youthful energy to any ensemble.
Let your shoes do all the talking with a pair of magenta wedges.
A pop of neon yellow under a powder blue blazer is an easy way to try the trend.
A white biker jacket and orange leopard clutch break up the monochrome at play here.
Orange piping on a taupe tote makes an oh-so-subtle statement.
Dark separates temper a spirited neon skirt.
Never settle for basic black: add a hot pink cap and multicolored coat to your cold-weather repertoire.
The secret to this color-blocking mash-up is the common fuchsia hue in both the trousers and heels.
A yellow clutch pops against a classic pair of wide-leg jeans.
A neon green overcoat wakes up a basic black and white outfit.
Contrast classic nautical stripes with a bright green coat.
Mixing textures such as jersey trousers and a wool coat are key when going for a monochrome look in bright yellow.
Up the ante with head-to-toe pink, and balance the look with a white coat and nude sunnies.
Side-striped pants give off a cool sporty vibe.
Your hair is fair game when it comes to accessorizing bold colors.
A standard orange watch cap stands out amid a sea of black and white pieces.