This year’s color—tangerine tango—is a vivacious hue that prompts an air of youthful fancy and bold spiritedness. Although this reddish-orange shade is often left for fashion risk-takers to consume, women now have plenty of reasons to jump on board and be adventurous. From versatile tops to dazzling dresses, give the trend a try with these bright and bubbly orange-hued wonders.
Walk in with a wow in this knitted cotton-blend dress that gets a dose of glamour with fine sequins. The simple asymmetric shoulder lets the color make the biggest statement in this ensemble.
This ornately orange Battenburg lace top makes for a versatile outfit topper. Handmade and bursting with boldness, one can easily make an impact by wearing this over a neutral camisole or dress.
Lanvin rolled out a regulated boldness in this tiered-fringe silk-satin dress. The cascading fringes stand out against the color-blocked merlot and orange hues, lending an air of vintage sophistication.
Take the tangerine tango trend to the next level and go for a neon hue that screams with absolute urban coolness. These edgy cropped leather pants provide a whole lot of oomph courtesy of the quilted knees and zipper detail. Chic and on-trend, you’ll be wowing onlookers for sure.
Hit two trends with one dress. Gucci churns out this beautifully printed and fabulously orange-and-black dress for those with a knack for vintage dressing.
Make an easy, fuss and frill-free statement with Alexander Wang’s stretch-jersey polo shirt. May it be a skirt, leather pants or daisy dukes, this crisp and sharp top will immediately draw attention. Play up the casualness by adorning the collar with a black bow tie for a more preppy vibe.
Amp up the ante of the casual gaucho pants by wearing one in a bright, summery shade such as this pair from 3.1 Phillip Lim. With style and relaxation at play, everyday lounging just got trendier.
Lighten up the eye-catching color by opting for softer orange tones as seen in this Missoni dress. The scallop patterns and hem make for a fun and flirty spring ensemble.
Images from Net-a-Porter