Add a single bright element to any outfit and make it look instantly updated. Our favorite? The neon bright pant. We like a skinny jean or legging in brights for a streamlined, but fun look. You can keep the rest of the outfit neutral or mix in a contrasting bright for a balanced look. Remember that brights highlight whatever area you wear them on, so if you are bottom heavy, you should wear bright pants with caution (just be sure to cover your bottom with a dark or neutral tunic for camouflage.)
Below is Sarah Shahi in bright pants
On Looklet model Marlene:
Earrings - Accessorize
Blazer - Next
Top - Billy And I
Pants - Ellos
Heels - Manolo Blahnik
I think I spent the last 15 minutes deciding on the belt for Marlene. Turns out, she was fine without it and the reason why I couldn't find happiness in the belt collections is none of them was able to make up for the size of the pants. I wanted to get Marlene a size smaller to avoid the bunch up in her hip area. Good thing the belt area of the pants looked good on its own apart from not having any belt loops anyway.
As for rule #8, the singleness of the bright colored pants added instant spark to the whole outfit. Although it may also be suggested that other colors may be mixed with this pair of pants, this is the safest look for me. Safe in the sense that although the top and footwear may be on the neutral side, they still have the bright pants to add fun to the whole outfit. Again, balance has been used. Marlene's neat ponytail and earrings also added "work professionalism" to the fun combination.