Neon Yellow Bags Accessories and Clothes

Yesterday was a truly dreary and bitter day in New York City (as they all have been lately, except for Super Bowl Sunday, because Pepsi paid for it to be warm, or something), but because fashion lives in an alternate universe, I was met by nothing but bright, eye-searing neon yellow when I opened up my browser to begin compiling post topics for the week. If you thought that, after season upon season of fluorescents, we might be on to something else by now, I have some bad news for you.

On the other hand, if you dig brights and love the power that neons have to make your tan look even deeper and darker, you’re probably going to dig what you see below. And lest we make assumptions, it’s not just youth-oriented contemporary brands who are hanging on to neons for another season; names as venerable as Gucci and Nina Ricci are still into acid yellow, and we could have done this entire post with Valentino products alone.

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  • laura

    This post makes me very happy! Besides the fact that I love yellow in all of its shades, l bought a MK Selma last year in neon yellow (same as Miranda Kerr’s) and thought I was going to be able to wear it for one season only. That’s why I didn’t buy a designer bag, too much $$ for a very trendy bag.

    • shueaddict

      I also got the MK Selma in the neon pale green – 2 seasons ago ( in the sale) – I guess this means I can wear it one more summer.

  • shueaddict

    Bright accessories are fine – but when it comes to clothing I am not that excited.

  • Aly

    I love yellow and luckily it suits my skin tone (dark). I don’t even mind neon, especially when it’s used as an accent color.

  • Becca

    In my experience, yellow clothing seems to quickly end up dingy looking after a few cleanings. And with my very pale skin, the yellows I can wear in the first place are very limited.

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