Today marks the official International Day of Happiness, which was founded by United Nations adviser, Jayme Illien on June 28, 2012 and is celebrated around the world, every March 20.
In honour of this day, what better to way to exude happiness than by wearing the colour yellow. Yellow is the colour of optimism, enlightenment, creativity, sunshine and of course, happiness and is a major trending colour this season. Scroll down for ten ways to incorporate this fun and joyous colour into your wardrobe:
1. Gucci – This bold, mustard shirt features very on trend ruffles, a pretty peter pan collar and a black, retro bow. The perfect staple this season.
2. Balenciaga – We have fallen in love with these gorgeous, playful shoes. Embellished with feathers, this bright yellow pair will have everyone smiling.
3. Katerina Makriyianni – Statement earrings are still bang on trend this season. Turn heads in this gorgeous pair of fan earrings, feature gold tone plates and saffron wool threads for that perfect bohemian look.
4. Rosie Assoulin – Oversized ruffles are huge this season and we just love these wide leg trousers which are extremely flattering and certainly make a statement.
5. Lisa Marie Fernandez – Stand out at the beach club in this brightly coloured, ruffled bandeau bikini.
6. Fendi – The DotCom Click bag has had an update and we simply love this new mustard shade. Featuring a dual interior, this is the perfect day bag this season.
7. Emilio Pucci – Featured on the runway, this sumptuous Georgette midi skirt is gathered at the waist to create soft pleats and a sheer finish. An extremely flattering and versatile piece.
8. Autumn CPH – Add a playful touch to your handbag with this oversized yellow, banana keychain.
9. Loewe – Fun accessories are still on trend and this elephant shoulder bag should be the perfect addition to your collection.
10. Elie Saab – Make an entrance in this stunning one shoulder gown, cut from swathes of yellow silk-georgette and featuring a rainbow ribbon trim and waist belt for an extra pop of colour.
By Amy Louise