We loved all the vibrant colors of the red carpet this award season, which is why we partnered with JCPenney to share how to bring the hues into your wardrobe.
The red carpet was glowing this award season with the Oscars culminating in one majorly colorful event.
Emma Stone wowed in bright gold and Scarlett Johansson looked amazing in jade. Take inspiration from the bold hues with these tips for bringing the striking shades into your everyday wear.
Jennifer Hudson and Naomi Watts both donned yellow dresses this award season, making it a color you can bring into your wardrobe with ease. Think about flowing sundresses or pretty tanks for a fresh look.
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Almost like a steely gray,
Amy Adams proved light blue is a stunning shade. Pastels are a soft tone that shine in a variety of colors, so think about mix and matching or even wearing two similar shades of the same hue together.
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Darker shades aren't just for Winter or Fall — you can add solid hues to your Spring wear too. Stick with pairing blocks of color together for big pops of brightness.
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Another hue that was popular this award season, teal is on trend and a shade that grabs your attention. If you aren't ready for all-over color, add a teal scarf to your look — or even a
statement necklace in this hue.
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A color that's always in style, red is a strong shade that works all year round. And it's a color that matches with whatever you're wearing. Looking for inspiration? Check out these
Spring looks and get shopping.
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Black and White
A stunning statement isn't always made with a solid color. Think about unique patterns or color blocking. And
black and white paired together is always classically chic.
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We saw a lot of peach and coral on the red carpet this season, which makes it a must-have color this Summer. It's universally flattering and so on trend.
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We love the jade tone of this dress
Scarlett Johansson wore to the Oscars, which complimented her shape and shorter hair. When thinking about wearing a vibrant color, it's a smart idea to determine what colors work with your skin tone.
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This flowing dress shows just how stunning aqua truly is. And it's a lovely hue for warmer weather. The touch of ombre also pulls the eye from the top of the dress through the bottom, which you can emulate with a darker colored shirt paired with a
lighter hued skirt.
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One of the most stunning looks from the Oscars,
Emma Stone dazzled with a yellow-gold dress. Gold is a color that's so rich — and looks stunning either as a straight color or with a bit of shimmer. But gold can get gaudy, so think about adding small embellishments for pretty pops.
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Shop for your colorful wardrobe at JCPenney now!
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