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These “Weird” Colors Shouldn’t Work Together, But They Look So Good

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Incorporating two (or more) contrasting colors in your look was a huge trend on the 2021 runways and in the streets too. But, turning inspiration into reality isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to a styling trick that mixes pieces that might not normally go together.

To help spark some ideas, ahead, find six street style-approved color combinations to try out this spring.

BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 15: Tina Haase is seen wearing yellow Baum & Pferdgarten dress with floral print and checkered blazer, green Bottega Veneta bag, Loewe brooch, green Bottega Veneta bag, Zara boots on March 15, 2021 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

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Lilac + Sunshine Yellow

Pro tip: Mixing a pastel and vivid hue into your ensemble will balance one another out. Try this theory out yourself by giving Tamu McPherson’s lilac jacket and bright yellow boots duo a spin around town.

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Tamu McPherson street style look