Both of these outfits from J. Crew are perfect examples of adding a dash of yellow. I don't know if I'd pair the first one with the sequin skirt, but I love the cobalt blue with the ruffly yellow blouse. The bold black and white graphics in the second outfit look great with the red pants and slim, bright yellow belt.
I love the yellow piping this soft and cozy grey sweater from the Gap. So much so that I bought it last week :)
This necklace from Forever 21 is nice for a subtle accent of yellow.
I am a big fan of bracelets and have numerous bangles similar to these from Forever 21, in all different colors. They're a super easy way to add some color when the rest of your outfit might be relatively understated.
What girl doesn't love shoes? I especially love colored shoes.
These Sam Edelman flats are fun and different. They'd be super cute with a pair of dark jeans and a white top.
Can you say h.o.t.?
Steve Madden pumps
A handbag is a great place to add some color. This linen and leather bag from Smythson of Bond Street can be both dressy and casual. Its also pretty pricey at $1,080, but gives a good idea of what's out there.
The Cool ribbon detail on this clutch from J. Crew is fab.
You also can't go wrong with an all yellow bag. I'm not a fan of being too matchy-matchy, so I definitely wouldn't carry these bags with yellow shoes or jewelry. I like to let one piece stand out on its own.
J. Crew satin handbag
MICHAEL by Michael Kors shoulder bag
A scarf or pashmina is another idea. Both of the ones below are from J. Crew. I can't wait until it gets a little chillier so I can start wearing mine! And by chilly, I mean under 70 degrees - it is LA after all.
Guys don't have to be left out! I love unpredictable face on this Swiss ArmyAction Camp watch.
And finally, yellow doesn't have to be done in small doses....I mean, how fabulous is this coat??