I was instantly attracted to this top at Zara mainly for the pineapple shade but also for the satin texture and flute sleeves. Could it nail anymore trends?
The sorbet shade is due to make a comeback for spring, but I think there is nothing wrong with embracing the colour now. Add a splash of zest to your wardrobe with a yellow skirt or sunglasses if you want to add a tiny bit of the colour to your look.
Yellow can be a tough colour to master but I think after a few failures you get a bit of luck and manage to figure out which colours suit you. This pineapple coloured flute sleeve top is the perfect off-duty top, perfect to embrace the weekend. The satin makes it the perfect occasional top, or if your daily outfits are lacking a bit of texture and liveliness why not add a satin yellow top to get geared up for spring.
I was attracted to this top because the style touches on aspects of my favourite Disney film – Beauty and the Beast, with big sleeves and silky yellow. The floaty shape of the top makes it versatile for skirts and layered over some skinny jeans. The sharp flute sleeves adds a touch of elegance yet a splash of high street fashion.
The only negative thing about buying a satin top is that it will crease, so that’s why I think they are better to be worn in the evening when you don’t need to squish the top under a coat and your look will remain sleek.
Although the top makes a statement all by its self, I wanted to go for a more sophisticated look with a touch of old Hollywood by wearing my Mac Brown lipstick in shade: Paramount. The dark lipstick also helps to draw out the yellow tone of the top in more depth. To complete the look and to add a dash of sparkle, I wore this Topshop choker as it’s the right amount glitz for a bold top.
I can’t wait to keep wearing this top throughout the year as yellow is the perfect way to add some vitamin D to your life.
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