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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Mustard Yellow In Flowy Silhouettes?

How To Wear Mustard Yellow In Flowy Silhouettes?

Mustard yellow, next to hot red, is another breed of an eye-popping color. Find loose and flowy pieces in the color here!

Of course, it can be rendered mellow but if you’re looking for a way to incorporate a fairly distinct yellow in your wardrobe department, then I highly recommend the mustard kind. It’s less electric than the yellow yellow, making it a more wearable shade unless you are into strong in-your-eyeballs colors.

I love shapes that are flowy and unexpected in my clothing these days so I thought of revealing not three but SEVEN articles of clothing that express that and are imbued in gorgeous mustard hues. On a random note, I am also a fan of  mustard, the gravy. Something about the flavor just goes with my taste buds.

Anyhow, let’s go ahead and scroll down to feast upon the mustard-themed selection I’ve curated just for you! Enjoy!


A-Line Crepe Maxi Skirt


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Box Pleat Yellow Loose Blouse


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Embellished Collar Mustard Layered Top


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Flare Tiered Sleeve Top


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Loose Draped Long Sleeve Blouse


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Mustard Overlap Blouse


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Textured Asymmetric Yellow Sweater


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Which mustard yellow piece would you wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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