How To Style Neon Green
Neon green was the color of spring, and seems to be sticking around through the summer season as well. A rather bold fashion choice, adding a touch of neon to your wardrobe exudes confidence without having to say a word. We know this color can be at times difficult to style in a sophisticated way and Style Doctors is here to help incorporate this trend into your wardrobe! Miami stylist Haydee shows how to make this bold color wearable for everyday.
A lot of people are intimidated by this bright color, but there’s no need to fear the neon when styled with other trendy and timeless pieces. For example, this leopard print midi skirt adds a touch of femininity and sophistication, while maintaining a fun and modern look. Paired with simple black mules, this look is perfect for any daytime activity on your schedule, and can even be transitioned into night time with some accessories and black heels or booties.
Believe it or not, a neon green animal print shirt can be work appropriate! There’s no need to stick to the usual white button down this season when you can add a pop of color and statement print to your look. A fun shirt can be paired with black trousers and heeled boots for a sleek, professional ensemble that can be worn in the office or even out to dinner afterwards. Check our our video on Instagram here on how to style for work.
In The Details
Still not convinced you can pull off this vibrant color?
Start small, and opt for a subtle pop of neon by adding some bright accessories to your outfit.
Whether you complete your look with a fluorescent purse, or a bright pair of hoops, it will undeniably make your outfit a stand out. You’ll quickly find yourself at the center of attention, giving you the confidence to transition into more daring neon trends.
Neon green may seem too bold at first, but with the right styling, you’ll have all eyes on your for all the right reasons. To learn more about how to style bold colors, our stylists would love to help you create a wardrobe that allows you to be confident yet comfortable in taking on new trends.