Why Everyone Should Embrace Spring's "It" Color

This spring, it's time to revive our wardrobes and embrace the color of the moment: cobalt blue.
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Each season new colors emerge, offering us all a chance to wake up our wardrobes.

This spring, cobalt blue is one of those colors—a hue of the moment, one would say—and we’re on board. It’s bright enough to give you a boost, classic enough to work with all the neutrals you already own, and let’s be real, most of us love a good blue.

We think it’s a no-brainer for neutrals, but we especially love it paired with burgundy, lavender, camel, and olive green. Go ahead, give it a try.

Just a Pinch

Not sure you’re #TeamCobalt? Don’t overthink it, and don’t overdo it. Experiment with it as an accent on something that’s otherwise very classic in shape and design, and try it with an easy-to-incorporate neutral color or easy-peasy black.

Michael Kors. A little slip-on, a little slip of blue. You’re welcome.

Michael Kors Kendrick Slip-On Espadrille Flat

Eyebobs. Who isn’t always in the market for an extra set of readers?

Eyebobs Peckerhead 50 mm Reading Glasses

J. Crew. Sometimes you need a basic that gives you just a little bit of oomph. This cropped cardi will do just that, and also offer arm coverage should you need it.

J.Crew Cashmere Cropped V-Neck Cardigan Sweater

Evie Marques. A female-founded brand, coincidentally designed by Six To Sunday’s Editorial Director, offers bang for your buck in all the colors.

Evie Marques The EM Original Necklace

A Dollop

Ok, so you’re ready to lean into the cobalt blue trend. Great. Try it on a major element.

ASOS. Beach or not, we plan to wear this piece (at this price!) on repeat.

ASOS Esmee Exclusive Beach Textured Shirt

Chico’s. We’re always in the market for a super flattering blouse. Wear this one tucked in or out.

Chico’s Ruched Tie-Neck Blouse

All Access. Athleisure is always an easy way to play with an on-trend color. Don’t think, just go for it.

All Access Center Stage High-Rise Stretch Woven Leggings

Generation Love. With 5% spandex and a flare shape, these pants are stunners no matter what your leg shape. (On sale with limited sizing in 0-8 here or full-priced on their site here.)

Generation Love Lucca Crepe Pants

9seed. A chic caftan you’ll travel with every time you jet off. This 9 Seed piece is Six To Sunday-owned and loved!

9seed Tunisia Short Sleeve Caftan

Clare V. A cutie little cross body, if you’re not ready to make a major color commitment.

Clare V. Veronique

A Full Cup

Ready to go all in? We support it. Opt for major length, dramatic styles, and exaggerated shapes.

Bardot. This blazer could easily be your new evening topper, but we love it with jeans just the same. Limited sizing, so snag this now. (Wanting to save? Try ASOS Vera Moda standard or plus. Willing to invest? Try Alice & Olivia here.)

Bardot x REVOLVE Sandie Blazer

Alex Mill. If you haven’t experienced the ease of a jumpsuit yet, perhaps this will tempt you. As one-and-done as a dress with do, it’s great on curvy frames.

Alex Mill Standard Short Sleeve Jumpsuit

Maje. A femme, flowy dress that accommodates big boobs while still defining a waist. Have you been invited to a fete this spring? RSVP yes.

Maje Long Satiny Dress

Reiss. Have an evening event coming up next month? This column, cape gown is stunning, modern, and shape-forgiving.

Reiss Nina Cape One Shoulder Maxi Dress

Balmain. Ok, ok we know… but we had to. This is the leather blazer that dreams are made of.

Balmain Double-Breasted Leather Blazer

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