Yellow seems to be my go to colour at the moment, I’m wearing it, I’m shopping it and I’m seeing it everywhere. It feels rather appropriate that Beauty and the Beast was released during the same season that yellow is everywhere, and for me I get to channel Belle in a nice, easy everyday way. Not only is it a great colour to wear with subtle nude or monochrome pieces, it also works beautifully with a little colour blocking. The easiest way being a pop of red surrounded by true blue denim – the most casual and effortless way to rock colour block.
The shirt in question is from Topshop – as is the majority of this outfit. I was dress head to (almost) toe by the brand for their London Fashion Week show in February. Most of you reading will know that moments like that are just a complete and utter dream come true, it’s a brand I’m incredibly passionate about and I’m super grateful that they work with me on such a regular basis. As for shoes, my new Aquazurra babies were the obvious choice for a pop of red with a little added texture (and height) for good measure. All polished off with my classic black essentials – my Celine Tilda sunglasses and Balenciaga City bag.
If you’re looking for ways to incorporate this happy little colour in to your wardrobe, but aren’t too keen on a bright yellow shirt or dress, a yellow bag is always a great idea. It can work beautifully with so many different pieces in your wardrobe, whether it’s a little blue summer or evening dress, a pink playsuit or that all black jumpsuit you love. I fine it generally works really well with different prints and textures too, as it’s not a shade we generally fill out wardrobes with too much. I’m currently lusting after one yellow bag in particular… We’ll see 🙂 If you really are wanting to dive in to wearing some yellow pieces, but aren’t sure it’s quite your colour, a warm sunset yellow can be a great alternative as it’s a little more forgiving with most skin tones and hair colourings.
THE YELLOW EDIT