Mustard to Gold I feel like these shades are the easiest to wear. This is one in this category that should look good on everyone.It adds a nice touch of warmth to any outfit. This shade is perfect for fall but it can be done in summer with shorts or a flirty skirt. Mustard looks fantastic with navy or jewel tones. I love to pair it with leopard shown here.
Forever 21 shorts, H&M skirt, ASOS Sweater
Neon is the hardest to pull of in my opinion. I love the statement it makes on others but it makes me look seasick. If this is the case for you. Try it away from your face in a bag or shoes maybe even a scarf tied around a bag. Maybe you can a print with a hint of neon like this Asos dress. Neon looks great with grey or denim. If your working out in neon go all out try it with bright pink!
ASOS dress, Charlotte Russe shoes, ChicNova V-neck dress, ASOS Pants, Miraclesuit Tee
Pale yellow is soft and girly.It works on wide variety of skin tones but it can make you look washed out. Try pairing it with leather or a metallic to give it some edge. Or pair it with dots and pastels for a sweet look.
ASOS skirt, ASOS Jacket, BB Dakota Dress, Trina Turk purse
Classic Crayon yellow It's bold but not too bright. If you are new to wearing yellow this might not be for you because it is bolder than mustard or pale yellow. This shade looks great with pink, blue or black and white.
Max Studio Cape dress, H&M Blouse, Nine West wedges
Check out some outfit inspiration on my yellow pinterest board here and some more statement making yellow pieces in the widget below.