After endless months of staying inside, the world is finally starting to open up again. There’s no better time than now to dress to impress. It’s time to say goodbye to our endless supply of sweatpants, and time to say hello to our runway (AKA, the streets). Whether it’s to grab groceries or to finally meet up with your coworkers, knowing the color palette for the season will undoubtedly help you be a fashion insider this summer.
Pink is a classic-- there’s no denying that. But this summer’s trend is specifically bubblegum pink: a shade that’s not too bright and not too muted. With this color, you can add a touch of glamor to your neutral outfit, perhaps with a scarf, a bag, or maybe even a scarf tied to a bag! The possibilities are endless with this shade, and you’re sure to have lots of fun with it.
A bright and zingy color reminiscent of a tangerine (like it’s name suggests) should be one of your staple brights for summer. Whether it’s a statement top to pair with jeans, or a breezy dress that’s easy to throw on, having this color in your closet will give you a flare and an edge that’s easy to achieve.
Chartreuse is a delicate balance of neon yellows and pastel greens, and is a color that can easily bring a bit of life to a dull outfit. You can pair this shade with neutrals, brights, or darks without taking your outfit over-the-top.
Colors are great and all, but neutrals are just as important to have in your wardrobe. For a classic chic look, tans and beiges will work in your favor due to their timeless elegance and simplicity. These earthy hues can be worn alone to create a luxurious monochromatic outfit, or they can be paired with the other shades of the season to help tone them down.