2011 summer trend: bold, bright, beautiful colors

Summer 2011: bold & beautiful

With winter safely behind us and summer just around the corner, I declare it official: grey is so passé. So STEP AWAY from that charcoal-toned cardigan you’ve worn day in and day out for the past six months, and embrace the season’s kaleidoscope of colors that are bound to breathe life back into your wardrobe.

Tulips in bloom, burgeoning leaves, blue skies, and sunny days: all reminders that Mother Nature is there to inspire us all—and that, she does. Summer’s key color trends are a celebration of the world around us. Hues entitled “daffodil”, “iris”, and “poppy” are as eye-catching as they are uplifting. And more than just popular, they are omnipresent.

Summer 2011: bold & beautiful runway

Top designer labels like Tory Burch, Michael Kors, BCBG Max Azria, and Peter Som have tastefully shown their true colors with bold and beautiful hues. From solid, monochromatic designs to color-blocking combinations, it’s a no-holds-barred approach to injecting candy-like shades of turquoise, coral, yellow, and fuchsia into your ready-to-wear staples.

And while flashbacks of mismatched color combos from the ‘80s might still cause you to wake up in a sweat, fear not, dear fashionistas: the 2011 version of the trend is far from being an eyesore.

So hop onto the rainbow-colored bandwagon and shop for everything from vivid tops to show-stopping footwear: Beyond the Rack is as bright, bold, and beautiful as it gets!

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One Response to 2011 summer trend: bold, bright, beautiful colors

  1. mira says:

    wow cooooooollllllllllll

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