On Trend: Sunshine Yellow

Show off your best color and shine like the sun in bright yellow hues this summer.

Fashion has been all about bright color for a while now, and that’s not going to change this summer. As nature blooms and shows off her best colors, so should you. Yellow is one of those hues that makes you instantly happy – it’s like wearing sunshine on your sleeve. Dare to be bright and don’t be scared of mixing different hues of yellow either. This summer, it’s time to shine like the sun.

H Fredriksson Fold Neon Dress
This simple, yet bright and fun, neon washed silk dress is just the perfect frock for summer. It’s elegant yet effortless, much thanks to designer Helena Fredriksson’s masterful draping. Made locally in NYC from natural fabrics.
On sale for $215, H Fredriksson

Yellow Translucent Spikey Necklace by Thea Grant
If you don’t want to go all in with yellow, try adding a statement-making accent piece, like this dramatic spikey necklace with bronze beaded balls and chain fringe by Thea Grant, a Brooklyn-based designer who decorates her pieces with vintage and antique objects, fobs, curios and charms found throughout New York and beyond.
$265, Juno & Jove

Organic by John Patrick Shirttail
A bright yellow tee will make for a great closet staple this summer. Wear it with everything from patterned skirts to denim cutoffs. This fitted short sleeve by Organic by John Patrick is a great choice. Made from 100% organic cotton.
$74, Conifer

Baggu Leather Tote
A simple tote bag is the only thing you need to carry your essentials around this summer. Choosing one in bright yellow ensures that no matter what you wear with it, you’ll look very on trend. Made in NYC from soft natural milled leather.
$160, Baggu

Sleeveless Belted Dress by Carrie Parry
This classic buttercup yellow sleeveless shirt dress by Carrie Parry has a feminine Peter Pan collar – button it all the way up or leave a few open – and flattering belt detail. Made in New York City from 100% Bemberg Cupro. 20% of the sale of this dress goes toward supporting the non-profit Trees for the Future
$285, Carrie Parry

Johanna Björk

Johanna is a sustainable fashion writer currently based in Ojai, CA. Read her weekly On Trend column to learn what's new in eco fashion.