Let’s talk color. With numerous ways to incorporate it into your look, having at least one color statement, whether that’s your favorite fuchsia lipstick or those bold patent blue sneakers, is a necessity. Finding the right balance in an outfit between your prismatic pops and muted basics is important. While the 80’s were a great decade, head to toe neon may be a trend we want to leave in the past. But hey, if you can rock it, rock it!
If you want to start with something a bit more low-key, a vibrant pair of flats is a great induction into the world of colorful attire. Especially as we ditch those heavy snow boots for something lighter, flats are a staple for spring that work in and out of the office. Check out these colorful shoes!The Minnie Travel Flat from Tory Burch in the color poppy orange is a bright orange-red flat that’s easy to slip on and ideal for traveling. Bring the color with you wherever you go!Yellow is a difficult color to wear for a lot of people. Luckily, the simplistic style of these Emiline Flat Loafers from Naturalizer makes yellow more wearable than ever!A breathable flat that’s also stylish? Sign us up! These Maisy D’Orsay Flats from Halogen in the color fuchsia combine a contemporary pointy-toe with a fun pink color for a fashion-forward spring flat.We love the look of a loafer with a cropped jean. These M. Gemi Felize loafers are chic, comfortable, and come in 12 other colors.The color is not the only thing that makes these Tallye Flats from Athena Alexander unique. The scalloped topline takes a modern spin on your classic ballet flat.Raise your hand if you need these shoes in your life. The Stellato from M. Gemi comes in a soft suede material and a luxurious pebbled leather. These shoes in the color boysenberry will upgrade any outfit.