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How To: Pair lemon and lime

The number one color combo we’re psyched to break out this spring? Lemon and lime. Tropical citrusy shades were all over the spring runways, and we totally love how they instantly put you in a peppier mood. Have a bright day! 

 

Sleek Duo

Pairing a loose flowy top with skinny jeans is a great way to balance out the colors and get just the right proportion of each. Add a few silvery accessories and you’re ready to jet.

 

 

All That! Green Button up Top, $35, lulus.com

 
 

Lemon Twill Slim Leg Jean, $52, wallisfashion.com

 

Mix Up

If you’re not ready to embrace the full-on citrus style, start pairing simple pieces with bold accessories or bright shoes to ease into this new trend. 

 

 

Worth the Risk Pleated Skirt, $44, threadsence.com

 

Yellow Freetown Women’s Classics, $54, toms.com

 

Quick Fix

Don’t know how to put together the perfect outfit? That’s okay! Colorblocked dresses take care of the hard part for you, so all you have left is to accessorize. We’d add a pop of bright blue or red to this juicy combo. Sweet!

 

 

Quick Visit Dress in Green, $97, modcloth.com

 

BY ANA D’AMBROGI ON 4/26/2012 12:00:00 AM

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