We can all use a pop of color these days. Pastels? I think not. What looks new is a touch of neon. Or if you are feeling bold, wear bright colors from head to toe. Perhaps that pop can be a bag or a shoe. Why not go shopping for neon? And why not shop with a NYC shopping tour. Look for bright colors wherever you shop.
Leave it to Miuccia Prada to come up with the most sophisticated take on the neon trend. She adds the neons to a tie dye print. The juxtaposition of the funky tie dye and the floaty chiffon dresses is genius.
Maybe a sophisticated bright blue coat? When you are shopping this season look for separates. Balenciaga loves neon this season. With good reason. This coat will add a distinctive pop of color to any grey, blue or neutral outfit.
Hot pink also stands out. The Parisian label, Balmain, suggests this body-con dress. Hot pink gets hotter here.
A checked jacket with a touch of neon pink? It looks great. Pop a bright pink sweater underneath, and have tweaked the check. The hot color next to your face will brighten your day, especially as the days grow shorter and winter is in the future.
Neon outerwear can rock it too. Redone’s neon yellow puffer will keep you warm and brighten your outlook.
Or how about a hot pink coat from Zadig and Voltaire? This French brand certainly knows how to spice up a rack of great neutral clothes.
Print skirts get a real lift when paired with a neon sweater. DVF’s key lime sweater would also enliven a pair of jeans.
Theory agrees too. Their fitted shaped pullover comes in neon orange, green and blue. Try them with grey, camel, brown or winter white.
A zip front top in yellow adds a bigger visual pop than the white version.
A rainbow top is an updated way to wear a stripe. Pair it with a yellow sweatshirt or a jacket for twice the impact.
Or try Vetement’s hugely over-sized sweatshirt. The color rocks with denim blue.
What’s in a name? Another great acid top in green.
Want another way to wear neon? Shorts are one way. Get this pair in neon yellow.
L’Agence is fond of sunny orange. You should be to. Wear it for day or for evening from head to toe or as an accent piece.The orange looks great with chamois and tans.
Love the look of the pink dresses, as well as the bright flower print.
You can also opt for printed dresses with abright ground. Floral pints, abstract prints both look great. Or try a black ground dress with a neon print. They all work.
Head to toe tonals. Why yes. The ombre blue green top really sets off the skirt.
Or mix the colors together. Alice and Olivia have done it for you with this patched faux fur cropped jacket. Colorfully mixed.
Try adding a bright pink jacket. Maybe pair it with a printed skirt?
Men can wear very bright colors too. Bathing trunks are the easiest way to adopt the look.
Accessories can add a touch of color too. And they can be hot. Hot pink works.
Sandals and pumps too come in bright shades. These are from St Laurent, and the shiny patent leather gives them a brighter voice.
These loafers from Tod’s are also a lot of fun. Wear them with blue jeans or white jeans.
Even the white hot Virgil Abloh, the head of men’s for Louis Vuitton, loves the pop of neon. Maybe a bag or maybe just a well placed logo.
A variety of bags and pouches from Anya Hindmarch come in a bunch of bright colors. What’s your favorite?
Are you an animal lover? A neon bag looks great against an animal print outfit, and a pink neon animal bag is sharp too.
Anyway you look at it you have to say “let there be neon”. Even if Balenciaga and St. Laurent aren’t for you, you can find tons of neon tees in your fast fashion favorite when you go shopping for neon.