Yellow Trending For Spring And Perfect For Easter - Just Style LA

A few weeks ago, I wrote about yellow being a hot color for spring 2018, well with it being Easter next weekend I thought I should show you all another outfit with a touch of yellow, as I personally love this color for Easter.

I know some women think yellow is difficult to wear, so I am giving you two options today. The first look I am showing you is with our Yellow Poppy and Butterfly Graphic Top. If you don’t feel comfortable wearing a yellow top, this top is perfect since it is mostly ivory but with a touch of yellow poppies in the graphic print. This way you are covering the yellow trend in a small way that works for you. The graphic print is a combination of butterflies and poppy flowers which is very pretty for spring and Easter. The body is loose with an under-layer tan top that is attached to the top.

I wore the top with my skinny black jeans and added our Black Asymmetrical Cardigan with Fringe as a topper. This is a great “not-so-basic” basic black cardigan. We also have this cardigan in Ivory which I styled with the same top for you before. I have added two photos from that shoot below so you can see how the Ivory color looks with the top, in case you prefer it this way.

We only have a few pieces left in each color way in this cardigan so if you like them, grab them now before they are gone.

For a second look, I am showing you a brand-new top, our Yellow Jersey Top with Lace Detail. This top is made out of a soft rayon jersey in a very pretty shade of yellow. The body is loose and long with short sleeves that have a ruffle flounce in the bottom. The best part of the top is the beautiful lace trim inserted in the back which gives it a soft and feminine look.

To finish off the look I added our Black Suede Adjustable Necklace with Gold Clovers and Fringe.




















Black skinny jeans – Treasure and Bond

Sandals – Sam Edelman

Bag – Gucci

Belt – Salvatore Ferragamo

Sunglasses – Rayban



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