5 Color Trends That Are Taking Over NYC Right Now

Despite their association with an all-black palette, New York City's residents still enjoy experimenting with a new color or two. Now that spring has arrived, we're taking a look at the hues gaining traction in the Big Apple's rotation. Taking a glance at the recent NYFW street style circuit, it's clear there are not only several punchy pops of color coming our way this season but also some interesting combos worth test-driving in your own wardrobe.

Over the last several months, the color that has reigned supreme is—you guessed it—slime green. And while this funky shade is still a fun way to turn up the volume on an outfit, the five callouts ahead are also worth giving a gander. From a Crayola-reminiscent shade of purple to the coolest new ways to style your neutrals, scroll down to see and shop the next big color trends taking over Manhattan.

Grape Purple

It's hard not to feel more cheerful when swathed in a saturated pop of purple. Wear it via a cool blazer, a fitted tank, or any other way you please.

Milky Green

A marbled, milky shade of green that hints at mint is a fresh way to embrace spring's more traditional pastel hues. Whether it's a small handbag or a wedding-guest dress, there's no going wrong with this flattering color.

Mixed Neutrals

If bright colors aren't your thing but you want to eschew your all-black inclinations, try out the latest color trend spotted all over fashion week: neutrals on neutrals. It works year-round and allows you to wear more pieces from your wardrobe than you might otherwise.

Rose Petal Pink

A slightly toned-down shade of rose feels fitting for the spring season. Wear it as a suit or sweater or any of the above—the result will always feel romantic.

Lime and Yellow

If you're itching to try out a new color combination, consider the latest trend spotted during New York Fashion Week: lime green and radiant yellow. The pairing feels like an instant jolt of energy and works well with neutrals like khaki and denim.

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