This season, get inspired by the geniuses of the Pantone Color Institute.
Pantone’s Fashion Color Report for Spring 2017 is based on which colors designers used in their Spring 2017 NYFW collections. The palette features shades that are vivid, warm, and most importantly, chic.
Luckily for color lovers all over, Pantone’s top spring hues have never been easier to incorporate into your wardrobe. Keep reading for three Pantone Spring 2017 Fashion Color Report looks you can wear any day of the week!
Combo #1: Primrose Yellow + Pale Dogwood + Hazelnut
If you want to ease into wearing Pantone shades this spring, you’d best go with neutral shades that blend together harmoniously.
Take, for instance, this pairing of hazelnut wedges, a blush pink maxi skirt and fashion ring, and a bright yellow floral jacket. It’s not a “look at me” outfit (like our next ensemble), but it’s sure to garner tons of compliments.
Combo #2: Greenery + Flame + Pink Yarrow
You may recognize Pantone 15-0343, or Greenery, from our earlier article on Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year. (Spoiler: Greenery is the color.)
For this outfit set, we’ve combined darker Greenery tassel earrings with tight jeans, a bright orange knotted crop top, and pink sandals. It’s an eclectic mix of everyday items. Fashion risk takers, take note of the stylish three-tone top half of the look!
Combo #3: Lapis Blue + Island Paradise + Niagara
If you’re the type of woman who loves to duplicate colors in your wardrobe, this all-blue Pantone set is for you. Comprised of lapis blue striped shorts, island blue sneakers, a Niagara nail polish and bracelet combo, and a pale blue button-down shirt, this collection is comfortable and trendy to the max.
Perhaps the greatest aspect of the look? The fact that it’s so versatile — you can wear it straight from class to the beach! (If you live in Florida, that is.)
What do you think of Pantone’s FCR for spring 2017? Do you have a favorite Pantone shade? How do you like to pair colors together? What other trends would you like to see further explored on College Fashion?
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