Sunny, hot, loud, pleasant - the colour of sunshine is the trend of the season. Yes! It is the very happy and eye-catching yellow and it's in.
Yellow is the colour of the season and everything from bags, shoes, clothes, nails; you think the colour in any form and it's a rage these days.
Yellow stands for joy, happiness, energy and confidence. The one who wears it feels so happy and good and what better time than summers makes it an ideal choice. Every designer is using the colour and almost everyone is wearing the colour. Don't believe us? Just go out and see the yellow magic for yourself!
Designer Ritu Baghera who owns a boutique in south Mumbai says, "I have used a lot of bright yellow and neon yellow in my summer collection and it is doing great. The colour of happy and joy is catching attention and every girl wants a yellow piece in her wardrobe now. It is a must have this season."
Bags, shoes, tops, tunics, denims, leggings, kurtas, purses, clutches, sunglasses, belts, nails and even hair high lights you name it and you have do it in yellow. But strictly not all at the same time, the idea is to have one at one particular time.
The colour is very loud and catches instant attention. Though yellow is buzzing hot, its one tricky colour that needs to be worn carefully. So if you are wearing it wrong, the mistakes will be for everyone to see. The magic of the shade depends on how well you work it, the colours you team it with and how you add it to your look.
Says style expert Shama Khan, "Yellow is one colour that suits really well with almost all Indian skin tones. So to work this one, pair it with a solid coloured piece. Like a white dress with chunky neck piece, or sunny yellow bag or canary yellow shoes. A white stylish top with yellow denims or vice-versa, yellow dress with solid coloured accessories, an all white look with a chunky embellished yellow belt and so on. You need to balance the colour and see what a head turner you make for."
The colour should be warm, gentle, happy and bright. Stay away from one that is too OTT and harsh on your eyes.