While romantic, peachy and rosy hues may have taken over the Spring Summer ’18 runways, it’s red (think a bright, scarlet shade) that is still a mainstay on the streets of fashion week. You’ll be surprised at how versatile of a colour red is.
But if you’re still uncertain about the idea of adding colour to your look even at music festivals, switch out your go-to black booties for some red coloured ones instead. It’s a fun addition and will give your look added streetstyle cred.
So according to Global colour authority Pantone, ultraviolet is the colour of the year for 2018. These streetsyle stars and showgoers prove that although it may not be a colour we usually gravitate to, it is actually super wearable, refreshing to the eye and perfect for any festival.
The best way to introduce brighter hues to your getup is by incorporating accessories in fun colours to add a pop of colour.
Orange was probably the most unexpected colour that constantly appeared both on and off the runways. Whether via vintage-inspired tea dresses or a trench coat, orange is rather refreshing, especially for parties and festivals.
Being outdoors for Laneway may call for more skin-baring apparels but if it does rain, a jacket or raincoat will definitely be a lifesaver. So instead of picking up a dollar poncho, opt for one that’s stylish, chic and cool (and possibly in a bright orange shade).
No, we are not talking about millennial pink. Instead, go for striking candy colours with intense colour payoff. Graphic tees are foolproof festival outfits but how you can elevate the look? Opt for one that comes in a vibrant pink and layer it over a mesh top.
If you’re more adventurous, try matching bright colours together just like this fashion showgoer. The yellow and red pairing is surprisingly and very festival-appropriate.
If you still think yellow is too bright, these showgoers prove that you can still look chic while effortlessly rocking the colour.