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O‘ahu Designer Florencia Arias: How to Wear Yellow With Confidence

O‘ahu designer Florencia Arias’ Spring ’15 collection falls right in line with one of the season’s boldest trends—yellow. So, she was an obvious choice to tap for expert advice on how to wear the sunny color with confidence.


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PHOTO: ODEELO DAYONDON

O‘ahu designer Florencia Arias’ Spring ’15 collection falls right in line with one of the season’s boldest trends—yellow. So, she was an obvious choice to tap for expert advice on how to wear the sunny color with confidence.

Aesthetic: Flowy fabrics cut into simple, clean silhouettes. Playful, all-over patters and solid-hued separates. 

Key Pieces: Maxi dresses, halter-style rompers, draped cover-ups and low-waist shorts. 

 

 

 

TIP: DON'T BE AFRAID TO MIX AND MATCH. BRIGHT YELLOW WORKS ESPECIALLY WELL WITH OTHER VIBRANT COLORS. 
PHOTO: ODEELO DAYONDON, MODEL: JENNIFER REYES, WILHELMINA HAWAI'I; HAIR AND MAKEUP: RISA HOSHINO

 

Florencia Arias Mara cardigan, $62. Mara Hoffman Supernova swimsuit, $254, Rachel Pally Dean pant, $190, Carrano leather sandals, $190, Mikinola.

 

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