Feels a little goofy to be talking about spring when there's still snow in the forecast, but it gives us something to look forward to anyway. :) I've decided to break the spring fashion information down into a few posts: colors, styles, accessories, and beauty trends.
So in this post, I'm going to cover some of the top Pantone colors for Spring/Summer 2019.
You can check out the full palette here.
While Living Coral is the Pantone Color of 2019, there are plenty of other warm, bright colors on the spring/summer palette. From an attention-grabbing orange red, to a sunny yellow, to a saturated magenta, pretty much all the warm colors are accounted for.
Where to shop: Unique Vintage has teamed up with Pantone to present a few styles in the precise shade of Living Coral.
Or for a slightly better deal, you could pick up this dress from Land's End. (They have 50% off sales quite regularly!) I have this same style in black and in red. Love it!
On the complete opposite of the spectrum from the popular brights, we have a nice array neutrals. A pale, buttery cream, a rich toffee hue, and a dignified brown keep the the Pantone palette from looking too garish. :)
Where to shop: I'd consider Garnet Hill the unofficial #1 brand for neutrals. Every item they sell is available in a neutral or muted color. While a bit on the pricey side, sometimes a good sale can justify a Garnet Hill purchase.
Another bright shade for Spring/Summer 2019. This is a lovely royal blue.
Where to shop: Boden, a British retailer, is a go-to for bright colors and bold patterns. I've been eyeing up this particular pair of pants. I think the paperbag waist detail is so chic! (Still waiting for a deal though..)
Or as a fun accent, Payless sells a marvelous pair of pointed-toe pumps in cobalt.
A pretty lavender hue with just enough oomph to carry it into summer. It has some pink undertones, so it won't look too pastel or washed out for the summer months. I wasn't able to find a perfect "showcase item" for this color, but here's the Pantone swatch so it's on your radar.
'Til next time,