Brown is the unexpected spring hue celebs love
When spring rolls around, it’s usually time to ditch your dark, heavy outerwear in favor of lighter, more colorful pieces. There is some truth behind this famous phrase in The devil wears Prada, “Flowers? For spring? groundbreaking. When it comes to celebrity style, that wardrobe change is ever-present. Last spring, for example, we saw stars like Cardi B, Dua Lipa and Selena Gomez instantly slipping into bright neon colors the second the weather warmed up. fresh and summery.
Although brown is a neutral like black or navy blue, it’s worth noting that stars reject the cheerful color palette of spring. We’ve seen a handful of trendsetters go brown in a way that’s always very eye-catching. Just take Rihanna, who wore brown leather thigh-high boots with a shearling coat turned up in late March. Earlier this month, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber both stepped out in two monochrome brown outfits – Jenner in a Roberto Cavalli shearling jacket and 16Arlington leather skirt, and Bieber in a leather jacket, collar rolled up and pants, all from KNWLS.
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Other stars have incorporated brown into their spring wardrobes in more subtle ways. Dua Lipa wore a brown leather patchwork jacket, while Gabrielle Union opted for a long, sleek trench coat. Bella Hadid also wore a brown vest over a classic white t-shirt. You might think the hue is more appropriate for fall, but brown is much more upbeat than classic black – and it still acts as a base that can be paired with just about anything. While black or navy basics can ground an outfit, a brown piece can elevate an ensemble, making it easier. Plus, given that brands like Fendi, Hermès, and Eckhaus Latta are all embracing the tone for their spring runways, we’d say it’s safe to consider it a new must-have shade for the season.
Below, more celebrities who are embracing brown this spring.