Dare To Be Bold

From your elementary school art classes to the runway, primary colors are making a triumphant return.

By Lauren Bell | Photography by David Colwell - July 2015

Primary Colors Making Stylish Return

From your elementary school art classes to the runway, primary colors are making a triumphant return.

By Lauren Bell | Photography by David Colwell - July 2015



Splendid poppy sleeveless tank ($86) at Babe. (a Boutique).



Tory Burch yellow large tote ($450) at Handbags in the City.



Whoop painted beads necklace ($47) at Doubledutch Boutique.


Bernardo cobalt moon jelly flip-flop ($68) at The Girl Next Door.


Tory Burch blue mini bucket bag ($495) at Handbags in the City.



Yarnz leather lemon clutch ($190) at The Girl Next Door.



Splendid cobalt lounge shorts ($78) at Babe. (a Boutique).



Jeffrey Campbell red suede rodillo low wedge sandal ($144) at Poppy and Stella.





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