If there's one (unexpected) color trend that's been dominating this season, it's yellow. While we've always loved this bright, cheery hue—it can be difficult to pull off, because it's not a neutral like, say, camel or navy. But believe it or not, yellow is actually totally wearable IRL—you just need to learn how to balance the color with other coordinating pieces. Luckily, our favorite celebs are here to help with that.
Keep scrolling to learn how fashion A-listers pull off this vibrant hue in a variety of different ways. Plus, shop some of our favorite yellow pieces of the moment.
If you're going to go for the all-yellow look, make sure you opt for separates that show some skin (like Solange's culottes here) to break up the color a bit.
On Solange Knowles: Karen Walker sunglasses; Marques'Almeida top and skirt.
A floor-length yellow coat can totally work (and not look like you're pushing it too much) if you opt for classic staples like a white tee, jeans, and pumps.
You can go for a bright bag and a pair of heels if you opt for neutral pieces for the rest of your outfit, like Reese's white top and blue skirt.
On Reese Witherspoon: Retrosuperfuture Lucia Sunglasses ($170); Draper James Ella Mini Tote ($325), Magnolia Key Fob ($38), and Harpeth Jacquard Mid Length Skirt ($170); Christian Louboutin Pigalle Follies Pumps ($675).
We love how Victoria Beckham made her printed skirt pop even more by incorporating a yellow turtleneck, which brings out the yellow in her skirt. It's a subtle way to make a statement.
If you're going for the bold head-to-toe look, you should try a softer shade with an interesting graphic that doesn't overpower your look.
On Lily Aldridge: Ray-Ban sunglasses; Isabel Marant top, pants, and The Dicker Boots ($635).
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Give the color a fresh twist by going for a mustard shade like Olivia's jacket here. She tones down the eye-catching coat with her gray sweater and distressed jeans.
On Olivia Palermo: Noon by Noor jacket.