When it comes to the color scheme of things, spring 2018 brings the realm of self-expression through a multifaceted color wheel. It’s full of unique and fun colors to paint your wardrobe just the way you’d like. Many have proven there are no longer any limits in the fashion world to hold them down to traditional colors; with no gender or seasonal issues at hand. This makes for boundless opportunity. You’ll see what I mean while reading about these brilliant colors.
We all know yellow is a primary color of spring, so why not try it in a brightened shade? Meadowlark is the way to go. It is a confident and outgoing bright yellow shade that highlights the spring with joy and illumination.
Blooming Dahlia, a somewhat peachy color comes into play with its understated appeal as it is subtly alluring & if it smelt like anything, would be a suggestive scent. Going to the brighter side of the peachy Dahlia, Pink Lavenderis, is like a soft and romantic violet rose that charms with its soothing sense of tranquility.
Cherry Tomato, the total opposite of tranquility, is impulsive as a tempestuous orangey red that exudes heat and energy. Demanding attention, this courageous, never to be ignored, shade is viscerally alive. This sounds much like the Spring Crocus, witty and expressive; a flamboyant and tantalizing fuchsia shade that summons you in with its beguiling charm.
And sharp and pungent, Lime Punch hits a chord with its strident and striking citrus like presence in the spring 2018 color palette.
A few of the neutrals such as Sailor Blue, Harbor Mist, Warm Sand, and Coconut Milk, balance out and solidify the mostly bright 2018 palette. They connect the season to the earth and the rest of the seasons. I hope you find yourself connected to these colors in your own way, as they are all fun and relaxing at once, which we can all be at times too. I must say, relating to the seasons colors really submerges you into them completely.
Today’s blog is completely inspired by the article from Pantone: www.pantone.com/fashion-color-trend-report-new-york-spring-2018
All photos are from: www.pantone.com/fashion-color-trend-report-new-york-spring-2018