Fashion Spring's Most Vibrant Hues By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 31, 2011 @ 05:27PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Imaxtree, David Fisher/Rex / Rex USA, iStock Photo Spring's Most Vibrant Hues 01 of 05 Indigo Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Images, Kevin Mazur/WireImage, iStock Photo It's no wonder that this luxurious hue's the color of royalty-opulent indigo ruled the runway in sleek silhouettes and decadent fabrics. Work this lavish color with metallic accessories, choosing a shift for the office but letting your hemline flow at night. 02 of 05 Fuchsia Imaxtree, Eric Ryan/Getty Images, iStock Photo Feminine pink gets a jolt this spring in its hottest variation: fuchsia. Since this hue is edgier than its paler cousins, an ultra-girly silhouette paired with punchy coral cheeks doesn't look too sweet. Round out your ensemble with black or neutral heels that won't compete with this color. 03 of 05 Chartreuse Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Images, John Parra/WireImage for Audi of America, iStock Photo What's more refreshing than citrus on a warm day? Make a sunny statement in this surprisingly flattering florescent. Deeper, more saturated versions of this hue pair best with lighter skin while brighter tones pop against darker complexions. 04 of 05 Tangerine Karl Prouse/Catwalking/Getty Images, Brian Killian/Getty Images, iStock Photo This orange is anything but subtle. Bright and bold, tangerine looks best worn in solid blocks. Stick to a classic silhouette and experiment with fun, high-contrast accessories for day or accent with basic black for a chic evening look. 05 of 05 Turquoise Imaxtree, David Fisher/Rex / Rex USA, iStock Photo Don't shy away from blue's tropical cousin. Instead, channel turquoise's aquatic inspiration with cascading ruffles or voluminous sleeves. For a ready-to-wear take on this runway trend, break up your palette with neutral accessories, or up the drama with a solid wash of turquoise—head-to-toe if you dare.