OOTD: Color Pop

Wear a pop of color to welcome in the springtime…



…Or wear a pop of color to coax in the springtime and pretend that the temperature is warming up even though in reality it isn’t. Weather and season aside, it has become important to me lately to try incorporating color into my wardrobe in order to challenge my usual, neutral style and step out of my fashion comfort zone. For the past year I have found myself gravitating towards blacks, whites and grays and as a result, all of my outfits have been quite monotone. Yes, it is true that these minimalist colors have been trending recently, but let’s not forget that there is a whole rainbow of shades and hues out there for us to experiment with! Pastels, jewel tones, silvers and golds: these colors are just waiting to be worn with pride.

Rather then cowering with fear when I walk by a rack of brightly-colored dresses, my goal is to grab one in every color to try on. I am not saying that we should mix multiple colors and patterns and revert back to the explosive style of the 80’s era. However, I am saying that we should try to add a pop of color to our ensembles so that we are adding an unexpected twist to the common drab winter wardrobe story. And, who knows? Maybe by brightening our wardrobe, the weather will follow suit.



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