Want to stay in vogue? Here are the top color trends that Pantone have predicted to pop this fall...
While it might not be time for the Pantone Color of the Year announcement just yet (stay tuned for December!), the company’s color connoisseurs have officially revealed the top shades to dominate the fashion industry this fall.
Whether or not you’ve got a passion for fashion, for designers, Pantone is a name to note. Recently releasing their report on the Must-Have Colors for Fall 2020 based around the trends spotted on the catwalks of London, Paris and Milan, Pantone have selected a beautiful range of colors set to take the fashion and design world by storm over the coming months, including whimsical shades such as ‘Misty Jade’, ‘Lupine’, ‘Tawny Birch’ and ‘Blue Bird’.
1. Mint Tones
Mint green evokes a sense calm, freshness and lightness. It is said to represent tranquility to many people, bringing to mind feelings of wellness and peace of mind. Here are some shades Pantone have picked from the mint green palette…
Pastel colors are typically associated with warmth, flowers and Spring. This palette also evokes a sense of nostalgia, as pastels are soft, delicate and playful tones that often remind us of childhood. Here are some pastel shades Pantone have picked to pop…
3. Earth Tones
Favored by designers of minimalist fashion, graphic design and homewares, earth tones and neutral colors evoke a natural, organic feeling, and really come to life when paired with pops of color. Here’s the palette of earthy shades selected by Pantone…
4. Blue Tones
Named as the 2020 Pantone Color of the Year, blue is a timeless classic that never goes out of style. Used liberally in fashion, art and design, as well as in the corporate world (think Facebook, IBM and American Express) it’s a comforting, familiar shade perfect for today’s stressful climate. Here are the shades of blue on trend this season…
5. Pink Tones
With Living Coral named as Pantone’s Color of the Year in 2019 and Millennial Pink still going strong, pink is predicted to continue trending and become more visible on social media–most likely via your Instagram feed–this fall. A warm, feminine palette including a wide variety of tones, pink evokes feelings of tenderness, kindness and sensitivity. Here are Pantone’s shade selections to keep your designs pretty in pink…