The term “lazy Sunday” is aptly named. There is no better way to prepare the mind and body than with a day dedicated to relaxation. But that does not necessarily mean bumming out indoors. Grab some friends and head out for a delicious brunch. This perfect medium between breakfast and lunch does not necessitate waking up unnaturally early, and it’s a great opportunity to catch up with pals.
This Fashionista sports an amazing look that would be great for brunching. Her bright yellow coat is an alternate take on the recently popular pastel ones, fitting in so well with sunny spring mornings. Underneath, she wears a patterned mini skirt—a wardrobe staple for those more eclectically inclined.
The best part about this Fashionista and her style is that she does not shy away from color at all. In fact, she builds on the outfit by adding a simple but electric blue top and burgundy tights. Her fuchsia wallet has some purple undertones that fit in perfectly with Pantone’s color of the year, Radiant Orchid. She adds one neutral touch to her outfit with slouchy black boots, which don’t even distract from the rest of her outfit because of all of the other bold hues.
With the weather getting better, there is no reason to shy away from color. Ignore the neutrals for a while and focus your style around bright hues. If piling on too many different shades is a bit drastic, start small. Add pops of color through accessories like statement necklaces; these will be especially great for brunch when outfits can mostly be seen from the waist up.
On the other hand, if this Fashionista’s look is right up your alley, do not hold back. Be the most colorful person at the brunch table. A sunny outfit can only result in a sunny disposition, guaranteeing fun times.
One Simple Change: For a festival of sorts, skip out on the coat and throw on a light scarf instead. This would be perfect for any spring festivals when the weather is warm enough to go sans outerwear.