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The Most Unexpected Color Palette We're Obsessed With For Spring

Fashion tends to recycle itself as designers come up with different ways to put a twist to old styles. This season, primary colors are making their comeback. (Yup, those colors you wore in kindergarten are cool again.) Most popular in the ’80s, red, blue, and yellow are now making their way into the mainstream as bloggers and celebrities alike share the latest OOTDs sporting these brights shades. Whether each color is worn on its own or worn in harmony with one another, there’s no doubt that spring outfits are looking bolder than ever.

If you think wearing such statement colors seems like a daunting task (or a reversion to elementary school), we’re here to prove that it doesn’t have to be! To ease your worries, check below for a small curation of different looks you can try out using the three primary colors.

How To: Red

There’s something classic yet bold about a statement red coat! (Photo via @missemmymay)

The perfect pout is made all the more perfect by applying your most complementary shade of red to your lips. (Photo via @chllloooooe)

These red sandals offer a nice pop of color to an otherwise monochromatic look. (Photo via @shewearscolor)

How To: Blue

Who says you can’t dress up for the gym? Incorporate bright blue into your workout ‘fit for a more fashionable hustle on the treadmill. (Photo via @taylorknoxx)

Since when was having the blues a bad thing? This Fashionista’s transparent blue sunnies add just the right amount of personality and flair to the outfit. (Photo via @venesajco)

Spring flowers are blooming but all we see is this amazing true blue maxi! (Photo via @sumaiyahhh)

How To: Yellow

A trendy cut like the one above will add edge to an otherwise cutesy color. (Photo via @alyssaaestrella)

If you can find yourself a pair of yellow sneakers like these, don’t hesitate to grab them while you can! (Photo via @josyln_arteaga)

The perfect weekend attire is complete only with a chic yellow midi skirt paired with a clean white top. (Photo via @racfashions)

How are you wearing this unexpected color palette for spring? Show us on social by tagging @CFashionista on Instagram!

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