It seems Miranda Kerr has a thing for yellow these days. First she sported a yellow sweater with jeans, and just a few days later she showed off a bright-yellow Stella McCartney blazer while heading into Whole Foods in West Hollywood. The model tempered her bold blazer via a floral Erdem top, a miniskirt, and nude pumps, then added these Stella McCartney tortoiseshell sunglasses ($190) and a black Miu Miu crossbody bag to round out her style. To re-create Miranda's latest look, just throw on a yellow blazer over your ensembles, from skirts to dresses to jeans.
Working ripped white Mango denim and matching pointed pumps during a photocall in Spain, Miranda Kerr proved that the "no white after Labor Day" rule should not be enforced. The model styled her Winter whites with a yellow double-breasted blazer by Mango, a gold nameplate necklace, and a few sparkling rings while smiling for cameras as the face of Mango's Spring 2013 campaign. Take a cue from Miranda and work your white denim with a pastel blazer and white pumps for a sunny travel style or swap the bright topper for this bordeaux leather Wyatt top ($59) for a festive take on Winter whites.
Lucy Hale stepped out at Fashion's Night Out in LA last night pairing this chartreuse Naven blazer ($365) with bronze sequin French Connection shorts ($100, originally $328) to create a head-turning party look we absolutely adore. The brunette beauty balanced her eye-catching topper and bottoms with a simple white tee, nude pointed ShoeMint pumps ($52), and dainty dalla nonna and Dana Rebecca Designs accessories, while her neon pink envelope clutch complemented her bold look perfectly. Shop Lucy's exact blazer and sequin shorts to style with a white top and nude pumps to be the talk of every party.
En route from Nice to Monte Carlo, Eva Longoria sported a superchic ensemble, complete with a bright yellow blazer, that made us swoon upon first sight. Eva isn't the first star to don a yellow blazer — lots of Hollywood beauties own one — but she did manage to stand out from the rest by keeping the rest of her ensemble crisp, then throwing in a couple of tan accessories. The actress wore white skinny jeans, which she topped with a white Hermès belt, then tucked a white tank into her jeans, and threw on her eye-catching yellow blazer. She finished her travel chic with a tan Hermès bag, tan strappy Brian Atwood Encanta booties, a gold bangle, and square sunglasses with contrast corners. To get Eva's bold look, shop similar pieces below.
Beyoncé's Parisian ensembles have each been bolder than the last. Earlier, during a daytime date with husband Jay-Z, Beyoncé wore a red-hot Dsquared blazer with leather leggings, and for this nighttime outfit, the singer chose a bright monochromatic look by Surface to Air: a yellow blazer ($326, originally $465) with matching shorts ($151, originally $215) and losose-fitting tee ($88, originally $125). Her accessories included Prada's tail-light sandals — here is the blue-and-yellow version ($990) — an Alexander McQueen tiger-print clutch ($525) and round The Row sunglasses. To mimic Beyoncé's latest Parisian look in your city, shop the widget below.
Celebs everywhere are brightening up their wardrobes with yellow blazers. Everyone from Beyoncé to sister Solange Knowles to Gwen Stefani and so many more have been spotted rocking the sunny outerwear trend in so many fabulous ways. The cobalt-blazer trend is going strong, too, but now that yellow is in the mix, things are getting even more sassy. And with Spring here, why not switch things up from basic black? Step inside to see which other stars are obsessed with yellow blazers and how they wore theirs and to shop their bright toppers for your Spring and Summer wardrobe.
Rachel Roy brought a major dose of bright to an event she attended in NYC when she wore a loud yellow blazer from her namesake collection. The designer completed her menswear-inspired ensemble with black Rachel Roy shorts, Balenciaga heels, and a handful of delicate jewels: a cross necklace with a rock necklace, multiple gold rings, and a bracelet ring. While it would seem that such an in-your-face jacket wouldn't be a good investment, allow us to prove otherwise. Besides the way Rachel is wearing it, you can also top it over light jeans for a casual feel, dark wide-leg jeans for a polished '70s vibe, denim cutoffs for festival cool, a little black dress at night, a white dress for a breezy look, and even hot-pink shorts for stylish colorblocking. Convinced? Get Rachel's yellow blazer now and start incorporating it into your Spring mix!