Or Login using BecomeGorgeous
Please fill the form below and follow the further instructions.
You are about to receive a email from us please make sure to check your spam or junk folder and add our email email@example.com to your contact list.
Published on: 16 Mar 2017 by maria-s
Every season in the fashion industry brings something different to the table, and allows us to experiment with new styles and designs. As the weather changes, we’re able to bring out new colours; now it’s coming into spring, we have the chance to wear lighter and more exciting colours as we leave winter behind. With each season that arrives, our wardrobes and tastes differ as we shift our style to match the weather.
While we all have our favourite colours that we love to wear, alongside shades that we know suit us well. However, there are some must-have colours that appear in this season’s trends.The Colour Experts
Pantone, the known authority when it comes to up and coming colours, release seasonal colour trends to indicate what the must-have shades are for the next few months. This is a key marker of the colours you’re bound to see both on the catwalk and the high street when it comes to fashion.
Spring summer 2017 has marked a season of confidence when it comes to colour choice. With a mixture of colours that are bold and vivid, Pantone has also incorporated an element of earthiness to balance its colour palette for this season. Eye-catching yet remaining defiantly feminine, the chosen colours for spring summer this year are exciting.
So, what shades should you be looking out for this season? If you’re hoping to be in the know this spring when it comes to the must-have colours, let Influence guide you in the right direction.Glowing And Vivid
Much of this season’s hues come from a tropical background, even touching on a little flamboyant at times. To be worn with confidence, one of the biggest colours coming out this spring summer is a lively pink shade. Already seen across the catwalk at various Fashion Week events, fuchsia has been adopted by even the likes of Hermes; a fashion powerhouse that usually favours more neutral tones.
Yellow is another huge colour to come out of this season’s must-haves. With a shade for every skin tone and style, this is a colour made for summer. Enthusiastic and simply cheery, opt for a honey gold, mustard or bright yellow if you’re feeling brave. Yellow fever was seen across runways in all 4 cities during Fashion Week, including Chloé, Bottega Veneta and Gucci.Influences From Nature
On the flip side of this season’s must-have colours, Pantone have revealed some shades that often surround us in nature and this too has been seen on the catwalk lately. While they are slightly more muted than other popular tropical shades, colours in nature are by no means boring.
Khaki, a popular shade that has been around for some time, makes its comeback this spring. Working beautifully with the more vibrant hues, khaki is a perfect backdrop for teaming up the summer shades.
Similarly, every season needs its neutral shades to offset the collection. Pale pinks and soft browns finish off spring’s must-have colours; simple shades that can be matched flawlessly with the rest of Pantone’s selection.