10 prettiest colors for spring
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Color Me Happy1 of 11
By Zoe Schaeffer
Sayonara, deep winter darks. Spring has sprung and along with it, pretty pastels, luxe metallics and vibrant brights. Check out the whole range of colors with Glo's guide to this season's prettiest hues.
True Blue2 of 11
No wonder designers are smitten with cerulean: The fresh bold blue is both fun and sophisticated. Go bold in a belted coat or simply add a pop of color with a strappy shoe.
Smooth Vintage3 of 11
Oxblood lightens up for spring in a soft, elegant shade of wine. Play it safe by pairing it with other jewel tones or take a cue from Derek Lam and wear it against a contrasting print.
Mellow Yellow4 of 11
While we admit it's not the easiest hue to wear, pops of the brilliant shade (think: a clutch, a belt, or even a skirt) add a warm, cheerful brightness to any ensemble. More adventurous types will fall for spring's sun-drenched dresses.
Silver Linings5 of 11
Metallic is a must-have for spring—from chic suits to crisp pencil skirts. Pair the sleek silver shades with bold prints and relaxed fabrics for a totally modern take.
Seeing Red6 of 11
This season's fiery shade has notes of orange that give it a poppy hue. Try it out in low-slung leather or opt for a chunky resin statement necklace. Whether you add a little or a lot, you're sure to turn heads.
Emerald City7 of 11
Designers usually save gem tones for fall, but this season emerald is everywhere—from flirty chiffon skirts and corset tops to classic bags and accessories. Make a subtle statement with a structured bag in the radiant hue.
Gold Rush8 of 11
Shelve high-wattage shine in favor of softer, more muted gold. Easy to dress down, the shimmery shade works with denim for day and gold accessories at night.
Tickled Pink9 of 11
This hot shade brightens every skin tone. Pair it with jeans and a tee to punch up your everyday looks or go head-to-toe pink in a chic jumper or maxi dress.
Sea Change10 of 11
Less aggressive than aqua but more punchy than greige, seafoam blue is fashion's newest neutral. Team it with soft earthy shades like fawn or taupe for a sophisticated palette or wear it alone as a fresh alternative to basic gray.
First Blush11 of 11
Blush is one of the most flattering neutrals, thanks to its pink undertones. Team it with black lace for a sexy spin or layer it with other soft shades for an all-out romantic look.
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