INTRODUCE THESE STYLISH COLORS INTO YOUR WARDROBE FOR FALL
The Pantone Color Institute has chosen their color palette for Fall Winter. These color trends were heavily featured during Fashion Week in top designer collections.
A blue reminiscent of the Greek ocean that can inspire thoughts of journeys to other lands. It’s a deeper iteration of the recent blues that have come before it but still easily blendable. This universal blue looks great on everyone and especially those who are cool-toned. Blue is ever popular and this one is perfect to pair with so many colors including some of the other colors and neutrals in this palette for stunning combinations.
Illuminating Yellow is half of the pairing for Pantone’s Color Of The Year for 2021. A joyful, warm yellow symbolizing optimism. While this shade of yellow is balanced enough to be universal, it has properties that beautifully highlight people with warm undertones.
This green is the shade that quickly comes to mind for its lucky Irish namesake. Another universal shade that’s wearable for all and even more enhanced on cooler complexions.
A bold, saturated cool pink. Bright and lively, this powerful pink has been dominating the color world. It’s the ideal shade of hot pink to wear during the cooler months for a pop of color.
For a softer hue that lightens things up this is your go-to. If you love romantic, floral, baby pinks or the strength of fuchsia is too overwhelming, then you’ll love this one.
Next, we have a terra cotta red-tinged brown that’s like earthy clay. It’s warm in temperature similar to what you’d find when the leaves start changing colors into those rich fall tones we know and love.
This dynamic red is flatteringly universal with some warmth in it. Whether used to make a statement or as an accent color red is a memorable color when worn.
The mature depth of the cool leaning, universal bluish-purple color in this shade achieves balance for a striking jewel tone-like color that’s a must-have to add to your wardrobe.
We have another blue in the palette. This cool mid-toned blue-gray shade, however, is more quiet and subdued than its Mykonos counterpart.
For a dark brown tree, bark shade try out this nature-inspired cool hue. Style this color for a tonal look with Soybean or pair it with Leprechaun for a colorful, trendy vibe.
Moving into our Classic colors, we start with a velvety creamy white. It’s your not so white, white, and a great base color to work with for infinite possibilities. If you love the look of winter white, this is what you’re waiting for.
The other half of Pantone’s Color Of The Year is a solid neutral. It’s a foundational color that coordinates well with any other from this palette. Wear it with Illuminating yellow all year round for the eye-catching color combo.
Described as a blond beige that goes with anything, this core classic is a lovely warm neutral. It’s a blank canvas to experiment with too.
We love our olives in Fall and this army green is no different. A muted universal green with a slightly warm undertone is your new neutral.
As a bonus color, we’re also including lilac in this list. It’s not officially part of Pantone’s palette but this is an unexpected color for the season that is already seen everywhere and is forecasted to continue.