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Yellow Is The Next Spring Summer 2017 Colour To Add To Your Wardrobes

From rich lemon shades to bold neon hues, yellow has been a mainstay both on and off the Spring/Summer 2017 runway.

On the runway

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From left: Byblos Milano, Hermes

You might’ve spotted Emily Ratajkowski glowing in a champagne-yellow gown at the Golden Globes recently. Well, yellow isn’t only a celebrity favourite. Instead of neutral tones and muted colours, Hermes’ Spring Summer 2017 collection trotted out pieces in the most vivid colours (read: fuchsia pink and yellow), as did other brands such as Gucci and Bottega Veneta.

 

On the streets

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Off the runway, fashion showgoers, too, were not afraid to make yellow the statement colour in their looks – whether via an oversized hoodie or wide-legged pants. How they toned down its intensity: By pairing them with monochrome pieces or attention-grabbing jewellery.

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But if adding bright shades like this into your outfits takes more gumption, do it via your accessories – like the clutch and tinted sunnies this show-goer wore.

 

On the shelves

The S/S ’17 offerings here may range from mustard yellows to a softer pastel hue, but all make lively additions to your wardrobes – and also make great alternatives to wearing red for Chinese New Year.

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From left: Polyester-blend dress, Bimba Y Lola. Cotton dress, $830, Kate Spade

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From left: PVC top handle, Delvaux. Plex calfskin flap bag, $3,030 (excluding strap), Prada. Prices unavailable unless stated 

 

Runway and streetstyle images: Showbit.com

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