Light it up with this season’s neon fashion trend. Rach’s stylist, Cara Jammet, shows you how to work some into your wardrobe without looking like a human highlighter.


Stack It

Alison Lou Neon Jelly Cuff Set
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The Alison Lou Neon Jelly Cuff Set ($265 for a set of three) features a trio of enamel bracelets in different neons and thicknesses so you can pile them on for a real statement stack.

Slip Into It

Re:Named neon orange Slip Tank
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Runways showed neon in everything from pantsuits (Michael Kors) to gowns (Gucci), but the easiest way to wear flashy color is in a simple silhouette. This bright-orange Slip Tank by Re:Named ($34) is a great everyday way to wear the trend. 

Top It

Topshop neon Multi Straw Floppy Hat
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It may throw serious shade, but you'll be shining in this Multi Straw Floppy Hat by Topshop ($50), which offsets brights with a bold black-and-white pattern.

Step On It

Akira neon yellow Vaycay Vibes Flat Sandals
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Chunky sandals in blinding neon hues strutted down the spring runways at shows like House of Holland and Nanushka. Step into your own take on the look with electric-yellow Vaycay Vibes Flat Sandals by Akira ($30).

Dangle It

Mignonne Gavigan Fiona Hoops neon blue
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Want just a pop of neon? Your favorite C-hoop earrings get a bold boost in these Mignonne Gavigan Fiona Hoops ($95 for a pair), which embroider brass hardware with eye-catching cobalt thread. 

Dress It Up

Milly neon yellow Ally Bustle Dress
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Neon vacation wear lit up the spring 2019 catwalks, from the fluorescent beach dresses at Cushnie to the fuchsia bikini tops at Prabal Gurung. The Ally Bustle Dress by Milly ($395) will give you that same combo of breeziness and brightness.