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From Jeanette Aw to Rebecca Lim, these celebs are embracing this colour trend & you should too

Here’s how to emulate the stars and embrace next season's biggest colour trend: Sunshine yellow
 

 

From fluorescents to pastel lemons, yellow was a chromatic consistent across the Spring/Summer 2018 Resort runways. Romanticised in whimsical cascading ruffles on a semi-sheer polkadot dress from Rodarte and dreamy bulbous crop tops with flou baby's breath prints from Ganni, the tonal embodiment of optimism lit the way to which this season's trend is heading towards.

 

 

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Striking neon yellows predominantly ruled over Fendi's idyllic collection of richly textured coats and co-ords. What truly stood out was the dandelion tweed prim dress adorning wide flared sleeves in deliberate contrast with fitted ivory cuffs - an elegant quintessence of "Sunday Brunch meets Monday Girl Boss".   

 

 

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Even some of your favourite celebs couldn’t help but indulge in these zesty shades of summertime nostalgia in their recent #OOTDs.

 

 

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Jeanette Aw pulls off 'traveller chic' in the most buoyant way possible with Collate the Label's off-shoulder ruffled top. Tucked into high-waisted botanical brocade bottoms, the chic crop top exudes a carefree sensibility to match Jeanette's cheery spirit.

 

 

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It’s an understatement to say that Belinda Lee loves her yellows. Having been spotted multiple times in season-fitting yellow sundresses, Singapore’s very own Little Miss Sunshine (dubbed by us) takes it to the streets to flaunt her envy-inducing ethereal floral dresses.

 

 

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Decked in a striking yellow number from Hugo Boss, Rebecca Lim vaunts the beaming neon number with grace.  Teaming the relaxed-fit layered dress with a modish structured purse from Chloe and nude stilettos, Rebecca curbs the vivid shade without allowing it to empower her outfit.
 

We know yellow can be a tricky colour to work with, so to allay all your fears and get into the fray of dressing in the blithe spectrum of the colour wheel, scroll further for more style tips in an array of affordable choices. It’s really easy - here’s how.

 
Bring on the power

Zara Suit Jacket, $89.90; Zara Trousers, $59.90; Zara Satin Shoes, $89.90; Mango Handbag, $89.90; AJ Morgan Sunglasses, $32.30

 

Turn heads in the office with a stylish power suit, embroidered gold pumps and a statement handbag to match.

 

Casual chic

Zara Top, $45.90; Mango Buckle Pleated Trousers, $99.90; Zara Tote Bag, $79.90; Truffle Collection  Mules, $51.70

 

Your perfect laidback weekend ensemble consists of cold-shoulder crop tops, flared trousers and comfortable mules.

 

 

Get artsy fartsy

Dorothy Perkins Skinny Scarf, $19.90; Dorothy Perkins Maxi Dress, $129; Steve Madden Sandals, $172.40; Zara Crossbody Bag, $89.90

 

Turn up the creative energy with this outlandish floral maxi dress, velvet sandals and geometric purse.