PANTONE Spring 2017 Fashion Color Report

Pantone hues for spring 2017

When it comes to fashion, it is the little details that make all the difference. It could be the size of the buttons on the nice trench coat or even the length of slit on that lovely little black dress. Of these details, there is probably none that is more important and influential on the statement made by any piece than the color.

Pantone has been on the forefront of color creation and definition in and out of fashion for more than sixty years. With so much experience on their hands, we have come to expect nothing but the best.

Below is a description of Pantone’s top 10 colors for spring 2017 and what makes each and every one of them so special.

1.Island Paradise
Color Code: 14-4620

Nothing screams spring louder than bright blue skies and beautiful clear weather. The Island paradise hue captures the essence of the season with a touch of the blue sky on your garment. This simple beauty makes it perfect for everything from a nice spring floral sundress to a beautiful hat.

Island Paradise 14-4620

2.Pale Dogwood
Color Code: 13-1404

Pale dogwood is a pretty interesting color and is without a doubt one of the most unique on Pantone’s spring 2017 list. It’s in the family of dusty rose and is a great color choice for light fabrics. This particular hue is a bit more elegant and pairing up with a couple of shiny pieces turns it into fashion gold.

Pale Dogwood 13-1404

Color Code: 17-1462

This color is hot- pun very much intended. The classy orange-like hue is perfect for everything from casual flowy pieces to more formal and elegant head turners. It is a great color for people looking to experiment with something more bold and sassy.

Flame 17-1462

4.Primrose Yellow
Color Code: 13-0755

Primrose yellow reminds us all why we absolutely love spring; the flowers. This bright and playful color is absolutely gorgeous and is bound to make a fashion statement whether it is donned in the form of a sundress or an evening gown.

Primrose Yellow 13-0755

Color Code: 18-0107

Not everyone loves veggies but the Kale hue from pantone might just have you changing your mind. This bold option is not for the faint of heart but is definitely a risk worth taking this spring. It goes against the free and flowy nature of spring and that is why we can’t get enough. Who says we can’t enjoy high fashion and couture in the spring? Kale allows you to do just that and goes perfectly with accessorizing pieces like handbags and coats.

Kale 18-0107

Color Code: 17-4123

The Niagara hue looks a lot like your favorite pair of old jeans and is definitely worth looking into this spring. It is not too bright and at the same time not too dull and it is this subtle beauty that makes it so awesome.

Niagara 17-4123

Color Code: 15-0343

This is one great way to get in touch with nature by literally mimicking its appearance. The greenery hue is nice and bright and is a great way to make a strong fashion statement without turning to the bolder hues.

Greenery 15-0343

8.Lapis Blue
Color Code: 19-4045

The lapis blue is another bold choice from Laptone’s collection that will not disappoint you. Like Kale, it is a great way to indulge in high fashion during a season known for its more laid back feel.

Lapis Blue 19-4045

Color Code: 14-1315

This is yet another color from the collection that allows you to connect with nature. The earthy look provided is perfect for subtle elegance and beauty no matter where it is applied in fashion- whether garment fabric, shoes or even handbags.

Hazelnut 14-1315

10.Pink Yarrow
Color Code: 17-2034

Finally, there is pink yarrow hue. This color happens to fall in both the bold and bright categories which is something very rare. It is a great color for bold fashion statements with a fun and free feel.

Pink Yarrow 17-2034

Bottom Line
There is no denying the fact that the colors in this line are nothing short of spectacular. Pantone has combined simplicity and versatility with a touch of elegance to provide a color line that works both on and off the runway.

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