We visited the Waste Management Phoenix Open, an annual golf tournament located in North Scottsdale, Arizona, to see the stylish crowd that flocked to the greatest show on grass to get you inspired for spring fashion.
It’s no secret that spring fashion is packed full of bright colors, and this season, don’t be afraid to wear those neon shorts or jewel tone tops. We searched the fashionable crowd at the Open and are happy to report that color was everywhere. Take a cue from these fashionistas on how to style your bright clothes for spring.
Nancy, a Las Vegas native, describes her style as classic, preppy and feminine.
She is wearing J. Crew shorts, a Zara top, Ray-Ban sunglasses and some wrist bling.
Nancy says that she likes to wear fun, bright colors for spring and her hot pink shorts definitely hit the mark.
When wearing a bold bottom like these shorts, keep the top basic like Nancy’s and you will have a polished look that is perfect for any day of the week.
Another set of fashionistas who caught our eye were Kim and Tiffany. These ladies definitely stood out from the crowd in their crisp white denim and jewel tone tops.
Both of their tops are from Nordstrom, Kim (left) is wearing Joe’s Jeans and Tiffany (right) is wearing Hudson jeans.
Both ladies kept their shoes and bags neutral and opted for gold and gemstone jewelry from Bamboo Pink.
When wearing a bold color on top, opt for a more subtle colored bottom and vice versa.
Here are some brights that we think would be a great addition to your spring wardrobe.
Marc by Marc Jacobs ‘Clark’ Twill Shorts in convertible red retail for $198 and will definitely turn a few heads, in a good way.
Oversized Pocket Shirt from The Gap retails for $60 and the bright pink color will be a great addition to your work wear as well as your everyday wear.
This Color Broomstick Dress from Forever 21 is available for $23 and is the perfect spring dress incorporating not one, but two bright colors.
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