How Lulu Girls Own Gen-Z Yellow
Posted on June 06 2018
Welcoming Gen-Z yellow with open arms as Millennial Pink fatigue sets in! Here are 5 looks to help you start embracing the colour without feeling overwhelmed. The key to wearing yellow? Choose the right shade, pair it with a wardrobe basic and wear it with that Lulu Girl flair - we're convinced this colour is here for the long run! Go yellow!
Pastel Yellow Over Coat
A light weight coat dress from Alice McCall brings you right up to Hollywood IT girl status - worn as a dress with denim cut offs, paired with a waist pouch and strappy heels. Pack it into your luggage also for the ideal travel overcoat. It's gotten us thinking about spring holidays in Paris. Versatility at it's best for the best.
Mustard Yellow Peplum Skirt
We love our skirts especially in a trending colour. Take a break from black and take cue from this light neoprene mustard cutie from New York designer, Richard Chai to bring new life to our wardrobes. Pair it with a rock concert t-shirt and some sandals for an upcoming music festival you had planned. Style in comfort and ease. OH YEAH.
Mustard Yellow Peplum Top
From the office to after work dinner and drinks, this top by designer Richard Chai has the perfect silhouette for ladies who want to strike that balance of seriousness at work with an essence of sass. A simple pencil skirt is all it takes to brings those personalities to life! Work it!
Fluro Yellow and White Houndstooth Shorts
A collectible from New York designer Timo Weiland, the design of these shorts were inspired by street artist Keith Haring. We'd attend Sunday brunch with friends in a cropped black t-shirt and our favourite sneakers. Wear your art, didn't they say?
Pastel Yellow Denim Jeans
Bring back the 90s in a contemporary way with these yellow denims from New Zealand designer Ruby. We love it with a vintage Hawaiian shirt and some natural slides for that cool Cali street vibe.
Rocky Jeans by Ruby, $79