Beyonce, Blake Lively, Eva Longoria and Millie Mackintosh have been spotted wearing the hottest colour of the moment, yellow.
The Trend has been translated to both the red carpet and to street style too and we can't wait to inject some sunshine into our wardrobe too.
Beyonce was spotted out and about in Paris, wearing a yellow shortsuit by Surface to Air. The colour looked beautiful against her caramel skin.
The singer most recently wore the bold hue over the weekend when she attended the BET Awards. She opted for a Stephane Rolland Couture, one sleeve thigh-high split gown. Big, bouncy, natural curls and celebrity-favourite Givenchy sandals compeleted her look.
Blake Lively chose a beautiful buttercup Gucci gown for the New York screening of her new movie Savages.
The blonde beauty contrasted the sweet colour with Lorraine Schwartz turquoise jewels and an easy-to-copy fishtail braid.
Beyonce's sister Solange has proved over the past couple of months that yellow is her favourite colour to wear, she's rarely pictured without having incorporated it into her look. whether she chooses a pair of neon pumps, blazer or skirt.
Her most two notable looks though are her bold dress choices.
For the CFDA Fashion Awards she chose a uber-cute Marni Dress, she paired it with pumps and a small afro.
But my favourite yellow look so far was her Rachel Roy dress she wore to the Met Gala, she worked the dress just as good as a supermodel would.
Kim Kardashian is another star who has a soft spot for the colour. She's wore a yellow blazer and to the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala during Cannes Film Festival she chose a beautiful Elie Saab gown in a yellow/mustard hue. My only disappointment with the look was the Black pumps she paired with the dress. Other than that, it was perfect.
Like Kim, both Millie Mackintosh, Eva Longoria and Beyonce (pictured) have injected some sunshine into their wardrobe by choosing a bold blazer to brighten their look.
So, the questions remains how will you wear yours?
Shop our pick of the best yellow pieces that you need in your wardrobe now.
Femalefirst Taryn Davies