The Spring Color Trends and Guide to Style Them

Last spring, there were so many colors on the catwalks, from airy pastel shades to bold neon shades, that it’s hard not to get excited about it. And although I’m all about wearing neutrals, I can’t resist the urge to give color recently. It’s a surefire way to get things moving if your wardrobe looks flawed and highlights an outfit. In addition, with time getting warmer, there is no better time to experiment with color. Today I wanted to give you all an insight into the colors on which I have my eyes and how you can wear them without feeling in your place.


Green is relevant throughout the spectrum, whether you like sage or lime. However, Kelly green officially takes the focus for the spring. Fashion girls wear this color from head to toe, but my approach would be with accessories – such as a pair of shoes or a handbag. The basics of this color also work, because you can temper it with clear layers.

Blue Baby

You can also expect the pastel colors to come back into effect. They are not only easy to fit into your wardrobe, but also have your sense of spring. My new passion must be baby blue – it’s so soothing and pleasing to the eyes. The baby blue is also very easy to wear and comes in a variety of silhouettes. Choose from simple tops to casual dresses to formal dresses. You can’t be wrong.

Hot Pink

If you love feminine style as much as I do, you should definitely add bright pink pieces to your spring range. Pink tops are sublime with white denim – but I’m particularly passion with bright pink dresses. They are so much fun for a holiday or an evening out. You also do not need to make a lot of accessories, because the color will stand out on its own.


Another favorite pastel is lavender. It’s such a beautiful color that anyone can remove. Lavender dresses are suitable for any occasion, be it a Mother’s Day brunch, graduation parties or spring weddings. But you can also integrate it into your everyday outfits with bodysuits and simple cardigans. It’s so beautiful and goes pretty much with any other color!


Besides red, yellow is probably one of the colors I wear the most. It is a generally flattering color – and can make any complexion brighter. Fortunately for us, yellow takes the form of any fashion item you can think of, and is suitable for both casual environments and more dressed up.