Colored denim: Give it a TRY!

Posted on May 07, 2012 by Spoonful of Sugar | 0 comments

Bright, colorful denim is ALL the rage right now. Most popular in skinny denim and shorts! Here's a few new styles that have arrived at Sugar recently and simple ways you can style them for Spring/Summer, no matter your age!

Cut off colored shorts are a great trend for those of you who love your tan legs in the Summer.
We've paired the "goldenrod yellow" shorts with Lilly Pulitzer's Tenley eyelet tunic to balance it out and bold turquiose bangles to add another splash of color. Wear colorful wedges or nude espadrilles to really accent your legs and make them look even longer!


 This is a fun look that incorporates color blocking, another fab trend!
Karlie bright yellow racerback tunic paired with our KUT fuchsia skinnies. 
The chevron earrings incorporate both colors to pull the look together. We love this with flat sandals from Blossom Shoes & Such. She has every color of Jack Rogers and Sam Edelman t-strap sandals that would look great with this!
[This entire look is less than $100!]

If you like a little sleeve coverage and something flowy on top, this Ivy Jane mustard tunic with black stitching also looks great with the pink skinnies. White, aqua, or lime green would look great too! Don't be afraid of color. You can't go wrong with the color blocking trend!


If you like to be more "matchy matchy", that's perfectly fine too. We have an awesome new tunic by Ivy Jane that has SO many great colors and is longer with the skinnies for some of you who may want to "hide the hips" a bit [I'm raising my hand as I type. That's me - hide the hips please!]

We've belted it with  Lilly Pulitzer's new Summer straw belt in gold.


Whether you're 16 or 60, this is a great look for everyone. Just remember the brighter, the better!

P.S. We have a beautiful cobalt blue skinny jean on the way, as well as Lilly Pulitzer's neon pink skinnies and a mango tango cropped skinny from Citizens! 

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