Neon Clothes and Accessories
The Neon Blouse
Rachel Rachel Roy Top
The pleating on this polyester top makes the playful color feel grown-up.
To buy: $79, rachelroy.com.
Ann Taylor Pants
Electric blue cotton-blend Capris are an easy way to ease into brights—just wear them like denim.
To buy: $68, anntaylor.com.
Rachel Rachel Roy Clutch
Tweed, faux leather, and a racing stripe create a kicky yet sophisticated mix.
To buy: $59, rachelroy.com.
This yellow rhinestone ring brings a touch of sparkle. (Comes with a matching necklace.)
To buy: $40, 888-508-1888.
Charles by Charles David Heels
Cap off a two-tone outfit with pumps in hot pink patent leather. Think of them as an exclamation point.
To buy: $98, 310-659-7110.
The Neon Skirt
American Apparel Skirt
Not sure if neon flatters your complexion? Wear it away from your face, as with this orange polyester skirt.
To buy: $58, americanapparel.com.
Adia Kibur Necklace
This acrylic strand also suits Kelly green, aqua, and gray.
To buy: $90, lifemix.net.
Vintage Havana Tank
Full-on fluorescence is best attempted with simple silhouettes, like this basic polyester-blend tank.
To buy: $38, shopvintagehavana.com.
R.J. Graziano Bracelet
Warm up the look with a layered gold-plated bangle.
To buy: $75, 212-685-3737.
Ground Lite-Brite tones with neutral linen-and-leather wedges.
To buy: $99, endless.com.
The Neon Accessories
Fantasy Jewelry Box Earrings
Vivid Lucite-and-brass chandeliers let the color-shy get a little bold.
To buy: $30, fantasyjewelrybox.com.
Pair lights with brights. This pale peach polyester sheath makes riotous colors even more wearable.
To buy: $60, hm.com for stores.
Stacked bracelets reimagined in futuristic neon rubber and silver-plated pewter.
To buy: $95 each, ben-amun.com.
Ann Taylor Belt
Repeating small pops of the same neon-charged colors—say, with this patent-leather belt—ties together the look.
To buy: $30, anntaylor.com.
This blush-tone acrylic ring feels cute and bubbly.
To buy: $38, sequin-nyc.com for stores.
Nine West Heels
Part brazen, part demure: nude leather Mary Janes with shocking pink heels and straps.
To buy: $89 (in three other color combinations only), ninewest.com.
The Neon Striped Top
Fluorescent pink works on any skin tone. Plus, the stripes on this cotton tee break up the intensity.
To buy: $74, 866-290-1385.
Brash by Payless Watch
Sporty and fashion-forward: a tennis ball–bright rubber watch.
To buy: $20, payless.com.
Chartreuse looks luxe in studded leather.
To buy: $55, gorjana.com for similar styles.
White denim is a breath of fresh air among hot shades.
To buy: $25, aeropostale.com.
With perky piping, this fabric carryall is a practical statement piece.
To buy: $55, aldoshoes.com.
Neutral accents ensure that a pink-and-orange faux-leather combo is fun, not Fruit Loop–y.
To buy: $40, shop.avon.com.
The Neon Cardigan
This thin polyester-blend knit adds a layer of interest without bulk.
To buy: $30, 877-486-4756 for stores.
Yellow and red are warm tones, so this sleeveless polyester polo is a no-brainer pair for the sweater.
To buy: $50, loft.com (available in late May).
A safe way to try the trend: Insert a Day-Glo patent-leather belt into your standard rotation.
To buy: $30, anntaylor.com.
Banana Republic Skirt
Instead of wearing black with neon (too 80s), go khaki. This linen skirt makes high-voltage colors work-ready.
To buy: $79.50, bananarepublic.com.
Forever 21 Cuff
Metal filigree in a highlighter shade is daring and dainty at once.
To buy: $5, 888-494-3837.
Add ladylike polish with this faux-leather clutch.
To buy: $45, lulus.com.
Call It Spring Heels
These orange fabric shoes complement the sweater without being too matchy.
To buy: $30, jcp.com.