The spring/summer 2021 collections were filled with color inspiration.  While it is quite early to think about wearing spring/summer trends, it’s never too soon to think about how to incorporate the colors into your wardrobe.  It may even help you overcome the dreariness that winter brings by brightening up your closet.  After some extensive research, I have identified eight colors that dominated the spring/summer 2021 collections.

1. Sunshine Yellow

Yellow brightened up the spring/summer collections.  The hues ranged from bright yellow to lemon to hints of yellow in surprise places like accessories.

Sunshine Yellow

2. All Hues of Green

One of the biggest colors this season was green. It came in a variety of different shades, ranging from sea foam, mint, emerald, lime, neon and more.

All Hues of Green

3.  Metallics Galore

From chainmail to lamé, this metallic hue is going to be major for 2021.

4. Pretty in Pink

Shades of ultra-feminine baby doll pink popped up as one of spring’s biggest colors. If you’re not the type to gravitate towards such a girly hue, then bold fuchsia might be more your speed.

 

Pretty in Pink
Ultra-Feminine Baby Doll Pink
Fushsia
Fushsia

5. Blue Hues

The collections were covered in different hues of blue, ranging from cerulean and royal blue to navy. Whether you’re into light and bright or deep and pensive, there’s a blue hue for you this season.

6. Bright Orange

Orange is a bold color to wear, but it was one of the most prevalent colors in the spring 2021 collections.  Countless designers reminded us that orange is not a color to shy away from, but to boldly wear.

Bright Orange

7. Red Hot

Head-to-toe red was a common theme for spring/summer 2021. The spicy color was seen in so many collections! Whether it’s a red dress, lip, or shoe, you should incorporate this hot hue into your wardrobe in 2021.

8. Bright White

A palate cleanser this season among all the bright colors is the head-to-toe white look. Designers keep this look minimal by incorporating only a few accessories with each look.