Today yellow is the color to have in the wardrobe. Here we reveal why
Not only blue among the colors that will mark the summer. Yellow, from the bright lemon to the delicate canary, conquers stars and fashion shows. The latest demonstration comes from Kate Middleton, regal in a fluid creation by Roksanda, combined with white pumps by Aquazzura, Salvatore Ferragamo clutch and Sézane earrings, all en pendent. The shade of yellow, in all its shades, also reappeared on the catwalk, proving to be a shade suitable for everyone. And the stars choose it for the most diverse occasions, on the red carpet – in the delicate pastel shade favored by Alexa Chung – as well as for casual daywear outfits – see Zoey Deutch and Leonie Hanne who matched it in a winning way with white and pink.
In 2018 they had elected it as the symbolic color of Gen Z. And today yellow, together with green Gen Z, returns to be among the hottest trends of spring 2022, with the consequent invasion of our Instagram feed. The Zetas have chosen it as a synonym of optimism, sometimes of escape, and certainly of joy. Emotions that return to being more relevant than ever in this period of revenge of the new normal. Thus yellow, as beautiful as the sun, returns to color the wardrobes of those in search of positivity.
Duty cleared by Emily in Parismen like it too
For stylist Patricia Field, a cheerful look is good for the mood. Emily Cooper, in the second season of the TV series, wears it in various shades and the ton sur ton suit, including shoes, that she wore to go to the French countryside to sip champagne stands out. A canary yellow that also goes well with turquoise. “After the first episode, everyone was telling me that Emily was cheering up, cheering people’s spirits up,” Patricia Field explained. And we can not more than agree, including the choice to put a pinch of yellow in every look, as the character played by Lily Collins teaches. Recently even the male stars have chosen it to tread the red carpet: see the rumors Jared Letoin mustard, e Ryan Goslyngin saffron.