Gen Z yellow is your perfect choice for a pop of color when your outfit is in need of a little pick-me-up. While it's true that this bold tone can be a little intimidating to wear, the right style and cut can actually make it fit any event or occasion. That said, let Yanna Cowper, Sarah Lahbati, and Janine Gutierrez show you just how wearable this color can be!

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For work

Tone down the bright hue by donning another contrasting color: navy blue. This cool, neutral hue will make your outfit look professional but not too plain. Take your cue from Yanna: She opted for an oversized jacket accented with big black buttons. Love!

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For the weekend

You can never go wrong with denim if you need to inject casual flavor into your outfit. Allow Sarah to demonstrate with her Mark Bumgarner yellow tube top paired with cuffed denim jeans. 

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For a night out

Yellow is often associated with daytime events, but the cut and silhouette of your chosen yellow dress can make all the difference. Just take a look at Janine's body-hugging Vania Romoff dress—that ruched detail makes for a sexy and polished vibe. A perfect choice if you're going out on a date!

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