By Jarred Schuetze
By: Jarred Schuetze Photos by: Aaron Garcia
The time has come to bid adieu to the wintry muted tones, because the spring season is bringing out bold arrays of paintbox brights to play with. With the tone shift in fashion, it’s no suprise that designers are drawing inspiration from the most elementary of color palettes: primary colors. For those of you not familiar with the color wheel, this means red, yellow, and blue.
Despite the inherent simplicity of the color palette, it's tough to find a more eye-catching combination. There’s just something so fresh and playful about wearing a true, bold hue loud and proud. Strutting the streets in a flashy primary color celebrates fashion’s power to generate confidence, and the effects are irresistable. Some people opt for a color-blocked look, while others decide to incorporate the hues into complex prints. Either way, this is the kind of "basic" we can get behind when it comes to fashion.
Yellow Fringe Earrings
Vera Bradley Red Weekender Bag
Red Maxi Dress with Ruffle Hem
Blue Tortoise Earrings
Yellow Pixie Ankle Pants
Transparent Crossbody with Red Details
Vera Bradley Iconic Zip ID Case in Blue
Red Geometric Appliqué Tote Bag
New York & Company Red Vinyl Coat
LulaRoe Abstract Print Skirt
Red Beaded tassle Earrings