If you're anything like me, your wardrobe consists mostly of varying shades of black, grey, white and beige. Neutrals are neutrals because they go with everything, and what could possibly be wrong with that? But after watching runway collections drop their previously low-key colour palettes for vibrant, saturated hues—I'm looking at you Valentino, The Row, Chanel and Prada—I've begun to rethink my strict no-colour policy. And apparently, I'm not alone.
On Saturday, Kendall Jenner, who is also known to frequent more muted wardrobe items, used a lunch with friend Travis Bennett as an excuse to dress outside of her comfort zone, opting to pair a marigold-coloured knit from Who What Wear favourite The Frankie Shop with a highlighter-orange knit, which she wore effortlessly tossed over her shoulders. With the bold duo, which reminds me of the McDonald’s logo, she wore high-waisted, mid-wash jeans from Khaite and simple brown ankle boots.
With runways and the street style crowd both backing the daring colour trend, it won't be long before neutrals get the boot—or, at the very least, take a temporary back seat. With that in mind, shop our favourite super-saturated pieces ahead.
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This story originally appeared on Who What Wear U.S.