Happy spring ya'll! In today's blog post I am going to be chatting about how you can pair two fun colors together for your spring wardrobe as well as how to match fun patterns together. For this season add a pop of color into your wardrobe and get into the mood for the spring weather! I really wanted to show you guys that you can pair two completely opposite colors together and patterns for this spring. At the end you can also see how I styled this top a really simple way with a pair of jeans if that is more your style so make sure you check out the entire post!
When I think of spring fashion I think of wearing skirts and dresses and all the fun patterns in the garments. Spring fashion is a time to be bold with your colors in the garments and to mix and match your clothes together for several different looks. This stripped skirt from @TopShop really screams spring with the vintage look. When finding a top to go with this patterned skirt or with the blue shade like this you will need to find a top that will make this skirt pop even more. You can't pair a plain color top with it like white, brown, black and so on because the color won't pop. The brighter the top the more the skirt will pop. Now you could pair a white top with it and it would still look great however, in this post I am trying to get you to stand outside your comfort zone when it comes to colors and patterns for spring and summer. This adorable top from @Forever21 is the perfect color for the high waisted skirt. If you wanted to have a more casual look you could pair this outfit with a pair of jeans like I did at the bottom. That look could also be used when we transition into the fall. No matter what you pair with this top the color blouse it will really enhance your wardrobe.
So next time when you are out shopping for this spring and summer, pick at some color for your wardrobe even if it's just a top because you can keep your basic colored bottoms. Another tip is pick patterned clothing out so your outfits will become bolder and more stylish. Mixing patterns can be fun it's just finding the right colors that will go together.
How do you style bright colors in your wardrobe?