3 Reasons To Embrace Bright Colors This Fall

The Weather Might Be Dreary, But Your Wardrobe Doesn’t Have To Be

As much as I adore black, I do believe it’s my life’s mission to dress like a classy box of Crayola crayons. When it comes to color, the brighter and bolder the better, no matter the season. I know fall is all about embracing neutrals and darker hues, but why not wear sunshine yellow, hot pink or ocean blue during the colder months? It might make you stand out from the crowd to deviate from the norm, but the results are worth it for these three reasons.

1. Bright Colors Can Affect Your Mood
Did you know that wearing bright, neon colors can have an energizing effect? The website 99designs says that colors like bright red, yellow and neon green can be very energizing and stimulating. Depending on where you are in the world, the sun peaks out less as the days get shorter during the fall. Seasonal depression is common during these times, so a little color to increase your mood is crucial during the colder months ahead.

2. Your Outfit Does The Talking For You
I will be the first person to admit that I am a little shy. Now I can hold my own at a work event where I have to be social, but it definitely helps when I’m wearing something that gets the people talking. Nothing breaks the ice like a great outfit, and in my experience, I’ve found that people really love my brighter pieces especially paired with a bold print.

3. It’s Just Fun
If black’s your thing, don’t let me dissuade you from it. Like I said before, I love black and one of my best friends dresses like a cool punk goth, so I see the appeal. But, I personally think life is so much more fun when I step out in a bright yellow dress with a matching moto jacket or my pinkish-purple tie-dye long coat. What can I say, I like to turn heads. 😂

Dress: HM
Jacket: Zara
Boots: ASH from Sakes Off Fifth
Purse: Target

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