It’s time to refresh your style with bright and vibrant pieces. Bring some seasonal freshness to any ensemble with the right pieces in the right colors.

cherry bomb
Fashion has long had an obsession with red, and it’s not difficult to see why. It’s a powerful color that demands attention. Go bold this spring with a pop of bright crimson or opulent ruby.
Ulla Johnson Louisa Eyelet Ruffle Linen Blend Top, $550 from Nordstrom at West County Center

sky’s the limit
While St. Louis weather may not guarantee anything, you can channel a clear, cloudless sky with this color. Like most shades of blue, this hue is very versatile and offers a more subtle way to introduce color.
Fringe Tweed Jacket, $164 from Loft at West County Center

golden hour
Who doesn’t want to sparkle? Gold may seem a little daunting, but the metallic can actually be quite versatile. Chunky and structured or sleek and fluid, it can be used in a variety of ways. Introduce it through accessories, and I’m sure you’ll be bitten by the gold bug.
Michael Kors Mila Small East West Chain Sling Messenger, $258 from Macy’s at West County Center

white party
Neutrals can be hard to make glamorous, but it’s also hard to go wrong with them. If you’re worried that white may be too boring, playing with texture and silhouette can make this timeless choice an innovative fashion moment this spring.
Ruffle-trimmed Cotton Easy-wear Dress, $64.99 from H&M at West County Center

lovely in lilac
Nothing says spring like pastels. Lilac is a great color to introduce to your wardrobe—it’s delicate but still capable of making an outfit pop. Introducing the hue can add some seasonal brightness to any look, including your workout gear.
On Women’s Cloudswift 3 in Nimbus/Hay, $160 from Laurie’s Shoes