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The Next It Colors to Wear, According to the Cool Girls of Instagram

Time to switch things up, ladies!
The Next It Colors to Wear, According to the Cool Girls of Instagram
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Time to switch things up, ladies!

Get ready for bright and vibrant days ahead! This year, we're making sprightly hues a chance to take over our closets. Following the neon wave, the rise of millennial pink, the Gen Z yellow fever, and the obsession for all things living coral and greenery, the impending avalanche brought upon by trendy vivid colors is not about to stop now.

If you're looking for the next It color to love, look no further than the feeds of Insta's coolest girls. Here are five irresistible new hues to fill your wardrobe with:

1. Baby Blue

The '90s trends are still dominating 2019, and this baby blue hue is proof. Try to recall Christina Aguilera's Come On Over music video or the Spice Girls' go-to 'fits, and you'll be reminded of this icy color. Today, this calming pastel shade is still as cool as ever—wear it in boxy silhouettes and light fabrics for an extra breezy touch.

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PHOTO BY Stradivarius

Crepe shirt, P995, STRADIVARIUS, Glorietta 2

2. Hot pink

The fashion world won't ever be done with pink. But if you're over pastel shades, how about something electric? Barbie's hot pink is your easy ticket to becoming a headturner! Balance it out with simple silhouettes in the form of tailored trousers and blazers.

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PHOTO BY Zara

Blazer with belt, P6595, ZARA, Greenbelt 5

3. Lavender

While 2018's Pantone color of the year is still en vogue, the cool girls of Insta are opting for its cooler and calmer alternative: lavender. Its allure lies in the fact you can style it like you would a neutral piece—it gives a slight contrast against soft yellows, complements your cool blues and grays, and makes your jewel-toned pieces pop.

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PHOTO BY Charles & Keith

Embellished leather heeled sandals, P3850, CHARLES & KEITH, Power Plant

4. Emerald green

Green is back, and it comes in a shade that's so easy to weave into your closet. While emerald green works well with warm, brown tones, it's also great when worn with strong contrasting colors like pinks, oranges, and even purples. Ask Jess Wilson, and she'll prove that this shade alone is enough to make one stand out in a crowd.

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PHOTO BY H&M

Sequined dress, P3490, H&M, SM Megamall

5. Mustard yellow

If you're looking for a summery hue that you can keep wearing for the rest of the year, mustard yellow is the best contender. It sits between your bright canary yellows and deep marigold shades, so you basically get the best of both worlds. Mustard is an all-around sunny color you can wear head-to-toe without looking too bright. Or, it can serve as your rich accent color to brighten up your neutrals.

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PHOTO BY Charles & Keith

Mustard bow detail bag, P3199, CHARLES & KEITH, Greenbelt 5

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