With their annual release of this season’s most exciting and trending colors, Pantone, the world’s foremost color authority, has yet again influenced the spheres of fashion and design. Keep reading for five unique shades to incorporate into your wardrobe.
Red Pear, described as a “deliciously deep red, whose luscious depth entices” brings to mind apple picking and other time-honored autumn traditions. This sophisticated change purse from & Other Stories is a beautiful pop of color. Or try this leather watch from Ted Baker or a structured, elegant coat from Zara.
Nebulas Blue is described as “reminiscent of twilight, a thoughtful, starry-eyed blue” and is a welcome change from traditional navy. Wear this cozy Everlane cashmere sweatshirt, circular acrylic earrings from Cult Gaia or this celestial scarf via Etsy.
Ceylon yellow, with a slightly greener tint than mustard yellow is described as a “savory and spicy yellow [that] adds an exotic touch.” This Christian Louboutin nail polish is certainly a splurge, but a very striking color. Or wear this flowery, bohemian necklace from Stella and Ruby or an embroidered dress (on sale!) from Neiman Marcus.
Martini Olive, described as a “smooth, sophisticated and urbane green,” would be stylish paired with any neutral. These resin stacking rings via Etsy display beautiful gold foil. Also try this classic mini skirt from Forever 21 or these on-trend sneakers from Anthropologie.
Ultra Violet, in fact the Pantone Color of the Year, is characterized as “inventive and imaginative” and is a fun yet wearable shade to brighten dark fall and winter days. Try this blouse from Anthropologie, this quilted M.Z Wallace tote, or this cozy chenille sweater from Asos.