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Incorporating Yellow into Your Summer Wardrobe

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Yellow is emerging as a noteworthy fashion trend for 2019. From the runways of Milan to New York’s Bryant Park, designers made yellow a necessity for this season. However, if you’re feeling a little shy about sporting this shade, Somerset Collection has tips and tricks to make yellow your own.

Find Your Shade
Whether a marigold or medallion, there are so many kinds of yellows to incorporate into your closet. But, which shades are most flattering for you to wear all spring and summer? Typically, mustard and other dark yellows complement lighter skin tones, while medium to olive skin tones shine in more vibrant yellows. Those with darker skin tones can rock nearly all types of yellow!

Mustard Yellow Sweaters & Purse from Brooks Brothers

Where to find it:
Brooks Brothers, Somerset Collection South, Level One.

Begin with Baby Steps
Now that you found your shade, let’s take baby steps towards incorporating your most flattering yellows into your wardrobe. Add some pops of the trendy color into your existing style with a sunny scarf or mustard colored mule. Then, go for your statement pieces like an eye-catching dress or some tailored capris. Once you’re more comfortable, then you can begin to mix and match your yellows from head to toe.

Mustard Pumps from Aldo

Where to find it:
Aldo Shoes, Somerset Collection North, Level Two

Play with Patterns
Spring and summer are all about prints and patterns. Keep these statement-making designs in mind when procuring your yellow pieces! Are you looking for a classic or a head-turner? Remember, a flowery yellow dress is timeless for warmer weather! If you’re trending towards a more dressed-down look, find a gingham shirt paired with cool shorts. No matter the occasion, you’re sure to be a savvy statement maker when patterned in yellow.

Yellow jeans and top from 7 For All Mankind

Where to find it:
7 For All Mankind, Somerset Collection North, Level Two

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