Electric Feel | Fluorescent Vibes For All!

Loud colors accentuate the unexpected dichotomy of the boring and the bold, which is something we really appreciate. Take for instance the modest application of fluorescent colors in the new Casio G-Shock Layered Neons collection. Admiring the watches off your wrist, you’ll notice the colorful inner band in all it’s glory. But once you put it on, the watches exhibit just small bright pops of color on the face and band.

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Ahh, the beauty of the G-Shock Layered Neons leave us craving more. So we’ve found some of the best fluorescent applications integrated on totally wearable clothing and accessories, from the vibrant orange bomber jacket by Hotel 1171 to the ecstatic desert theme of the Stussy Cactus Shirt (both pictured above).

With pieces like this, who says you can’t embrace an eclectic, electric feel in your day-to-day wear?

Water resistant to 200m, the GA110LN-1A, $120, features neon blue on black. 

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Poppy and bright, but not over the top, the Versa Knit, $32, by Tavik, is perfect daywear. 

Photo: Tavik

The CA Satin Bomber Jacket, $175, by Hotel 1171, is a statement piece. Pair it with cropped black dress pants, or destroyed jeans - you can really do no wrong in this coat. 

Photo: Hotel 1171

The GA110LN-2A, which has a vibrant yellow on navy, also comes with the G-Shock standard tech, like an LED light and flash alert. 

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The Bloom 27", by Penny Skateboards, $129.99, is the ultimate cruiser. 

Photo: Penny Skateboards

The Cactus Shirt by Stussy, $80, is a kitschy nod to the southwest. Stand out at that BBQ. 

Photo: Stussy

The Neon Leather Sk8-Hi Reissue, $70, by Vans, features a lightening bolt of color, available in coral or bright yellow. 

Photo: Vans

Bring some color pop into your accessories game by way of a unexpected watch, and conversation-starter sunnies. Mirrored frames come in a slew of colorful versions from Diff Eyewear, and proceeds benefit those in need of vision care. 

Photo: Diff Eyewear

The Line Up Heritage Boardshort, $75, by Catch Surf, have the best faded, fluoro pink we've seen since the 80's. 

Photo: Catch Surf

Our favorite iteration is unexpected combo of khaki green with burnt fluorescent orange, as seen in the GA110LN-3A, $120. 

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The Strand Duffle, $64.99, by Herschel Supply Co. looks good in many iterations it's available in, but the neon floral is tops. 

Photo: Herschel Supply Co. 

The Short Sleeve Pocket Tee, $105, by Mr. Completely, is an utterly comfortable by means of an oversized fit, made of 100% cotton.

Photo: Mr. Completely

Sty on time with the 4 daily alarms (plus one snooze alarm) you can program into the GA110LN-8A, $120. 

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The Torne Stoneys Boardshorts by Volcom, $60, are made with 4-way stretch fabric with DWR water-resistant finishing. (That means it wicks moisture away. Perfect for the surf, perfect for the post-surf hang out.)

Photo: Volcom

Dayglow looks good all over, but if you aren't ready to take the plunge, just start with your feet. Try the Spectrum socks by Stance, $12. 

Photo: Stance