Why not mix all your brights together like Jean Paul Gaultier did on the runway? Cobalt, grass great, yellow and a spot of coral all play off each other beautifully.
Below: Jean Paul Gaultier runway
Below: Looklet model Jaqueline
Top- Strenesse Blue
Skirt - Topshop
Belt - Rules by Mary Belt
Shoulderbag - Only
Heels - Manolo Blahnik
Having created a more "wearable" look for most women, brights on brights did create a stand-out look despite the simplicity. Again, balancing the extremes, I used bright colors for plain and simple designs/styles. This is how runway looks become more wearable.
As for the shoes, I chose a neutral looking color to tone down the overall brights a little bit. Considering the bronze color of Jaqueline, an old rose shade did not over power the rest of the outfit but at the same time, was not "left behind" because of its laid back style combined with the heels!
I would most probably wear this on a bright and sunny lunch date with girlfriends :)