Colors That Will Make Your Spring Wardrobe Pop

We don’t know about you, but we think the colder temperatures, wind chills, and precipitation should exit stage left ASAP. Spring isn’t quite here yet, but the good news is that we can start shopping for the season now! Here are some of the hottest color trends of Spring 2022.

Soft Lilac

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A lighter shade of purple, soft lilac is taking the stage this season – and every person wearing it means business. The softness wins over fashionistas’ hearts, while the sleek touch makes it perfect for any office setting.

Marigold Yellow

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Shades of yellow often make us think about warmer months, and in 2022, we’re going to see a lot of marigold yellow (the brighter, the better!). Don’t be afraid to be the center of attention, because when it comes to fashion, you should always shine bright.

Olive Green

(image via fashionista via voloshin)

Previously, vibrant greens were winning over our hearts, but that has transitioned to a more neutral and natural olive green. This hue is expected to dominate clothing, footwear, accessories, and even lingerie this spring. Our suggestion? Shop these items while you can because they’re selling out quickly, given shade’s popularity.

Butter

(image via fashionista via tach clothing)

Smooth, soft, and silky, butter demands a known presence this spring. Primarily a white shade with a dash of yellow, this delicate color will showcase an effortless appearance wherever you wear it. The fantastic thing about butter is that you can pair it with just about anything. Stick to basic earth color matches or be bold and implement dark shades all around.

Sky Blue

(image via pop sugar via nanushka)

Sky blue is a typical spring color, probably because this is the time of year when the sky opens up and becomes more blue than gray. Anything in this general color scheme is fair game for the upcoming season, including cornflower and cyan. Experts love seeing this fascinating color sprinkled throughout an outfit – though it’s also perfectly acceptable to wear a dress, jacket, purse, and shoes all in the same tone!

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