Everyone’s wearing sunshine yellow

Why wait for the sun to appear when you can wear it? Well, er kind of. Slipping into something yellow is the next best thing in our book. A cohort of designers – Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Gucci included – sent models wearing the feel-good hue down the SS19 catwalks and we’ve recently spotted a whole host of stylish ladies sporting the shade. It’s one of those colours that symbolises energy and optimism, so it can’t help but make you feel good. Here’s how some of our favourite influencers are wearing it for inspiration.

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Who needs a bag when you can accessorise with a VW beetle. We love this shot of Charlotte Zoller, almost as much as her zesty lemon dress.

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Model Vanessa Romo makes the ultimate case for yellow milkmaid tops. Pairing hers with blue wash jeans and mega hoops, this is the perfect effortless weekend outfit.

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Nicole has a knack for putting together outfits we instantly want to copy and this is no exception. Follow her lead and mix your prints with textured accessories to make a stylish statement.

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Itching to wear your yellow strappy dress but the weather’s not playing ball? Take a tip from Lydia and whack a white t-shirt on underneath. Yellow sunnies optional (they get a big yes from us).

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Not only does model Maxey Greene have a great name, she also has great taste in dresses. This yellow printed wrap frock is the ultimate throw-on-and-go number for running around the city.

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