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5 ways to get into yellow now

Pow! The zingiest shade of all is an SS17 winner, but if yellow hasn't been your go-to shade up until now, you might need a little lemon-aid. Here’s some style sneaks via five #AsSeenOnMe-ers…

As Seen On Me girl wearing yellow stripe top and high waist culottes and white Birkenstocks | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Instagram: @styled_by_rachaelotterwell

Stripe up your life

If you'd rather ease yourself in, you’ll need a simple stripe top that alternates white with canary. Pair with navy culottes (hack: dark blue + yellow is a dream combo) and Birkenstocks.

ASOS Insider Olive wearing yellow off-the-shoulder dress with print | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Instagram: @ASOS_Olive

Trophy dress

If you're on the search for something more than mega, it turns out that repping yellow is everything. Do it like ASOS Insider Olive and pick up a statement dress with a cutesy print in the color of dreams. XXL jewelry encouraged.

As Seen On Me girl wearing yellow gingham halterneck dress | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Instagram: @pinkandwink

Check in

Upgrade your vacay wardrobe with two deets from the new-season checklist: yellow and gingham. Sounds wrong, looks so right. Style with sliders.

ASOS Insider Lotte wearing yellow knitwear and pink sunglasses | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Instagram: @ASOS_Lotte

The clash

Another secret to lemon dressing? Bringing in a bold second color to the mix can equal style genius. Case in point? Pink-tinted shades with yellow knitwear, proven by ASOS Insider Lotte.

As Seen On Me girl wearing frill yellow crop top, dark denim jeans and metallic platform heels | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Instagram: @olafarahat

Frills, frills, frills

Welcome to the sweetest crop top you’ll find this summer. Yellow (obvs) with a double frill and wide straps, this cutie will look major with a quirky denim and metallic platform shoes (all the proof you need, above).