I'll start with the brights, I know it's an obvious one for spring, but after the long winter of wearing grey knits and thick black tights who can wait for a big change? This season the number one colour to be wearing is orange, and I know what you're thinking...who wants to walk around looking like a giant tangerine? But don't worry there are ways of being on trend without looking like your'e wearing a four year olds pumpkin halloween costume. Here are the tips:
1. Instead of wearing full out orange try small flashes of the colour like with this bandeau from Topshop
You could wear this with a white or grey, racer back, floaty vest to balance out the brightness of the bandeau.
2. Wear the colour in your makeup. I have a thing for weird coloured nail polishes so I'm definitely going to be wearing this colour soon. Here's a good one from Barry M
If you're brave you could try using tinges of this colour in your blusher by using something like this from Topshop - the colour is called Neon Rose
Just be careful with this one, make sure it's subtle and not like you applied a whole bottle of fake tan to your face.
3. Accessories, this is the easiest way to wear this colour. My favourite is this ring from Topshop
Okay, onto the next category - Blues. Mostly a deep, rich royal blue, as seen at Prada, Miu Miu, Diane von Furstenberg and more. This colour is pretty easy to wear and suits all skin tones, so I don't think you need any tips on how to wear it, but I'll show you some of my favourite pieces in this colour.
Gina Dress by Motel
Kimchi & Blue Starburst Dress at Urban Outfitters
Acne Jupiter Jumpsuit at Urban Outfitters
And now onto our last colour category, Pastel Neons. Neons always seem to be in fashion during the spring but this season there's a new twist on them, instead of the bold, hard colours that were fashionable last year, this year's neons and paler and more subdued, almost pastel colours.