Is millennial pink finally taking a backseat for this new color trend? As gloomier days are slowly arriving, it’s only fitting to contrast that by sporting a bright color like mustard yellow.
The deeper shade of yellow is considered a less intimidating color to wear over its vibrant and sunny counterpart. Racked cited that this trend started with Zoë Kravitz and Celine Dion‘s recent endorsements. Also spotted wearing mustard yellow pieces were Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, and Bella Hadid.
To get you started on this new color trend, we’ve picked out pieces that you can incorporate to your wardrobe. We promise you won’t look like Big Bird while wearing these.
Still feeling the summer vibe? Grab this off-shoulder blouse from Mango for that relaxed feel. The frilly details add a feminine touch to the top, and it’s also an easy piece to pair with jeans or shorts. Available at Greenbelt 5.
Culottes are one of the most comfortable pieces you can wear anywhere. This one from Plains & Prints comes in a bold mustard yellow color, making it a suitable match to any of your floral tops. Available at Glorietta 1.
This oversized shirt can pass off as a standalone top or a blazer if you feel like layering. Its silk-satin material also gives the piece a soft, comfortable feel. Available on Net-a-Porter.
Coach’s newest bag, the “Bandit,” is made with pebbled leather and comes in a variety of colors. This mustard yellow one has light blue straps and linings, which makes it a fun accessory to pair with any outfit. The Bandit also has a detachable inner compartment which can be used as a sling or clutch. Available at Rustan’s Shang-ri La Plaza.
Opt for this Stradivarius scarf if you’re looking for a piece to warm you up in the office or in a foreign country. The bright mustard color is an easy head-turner. Available at SM Aura Premier.
Give your classic black, nude, and red heels a break for a while. This mustard yellow suede pair is an unexpected spin to either your white shirt and denim combo, or your semi-formal ensembles. Available on Nordstrom.
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