Friday, September 21, 2018
Fall is here! Autumn is typically when we retire our colorful summer tops and dresses and trade them out for more muted shades-like tawny brown, pumpkin and khaki. Colors for Fall/Winter 2018 express our need for individuality, ingenuity and creativity. Autumnal hues that evoke the feeling of leaves on the forest floor, rich plumage and twilight reveal a modern fall palette of deep and rich tones with outbursts of colorful surprise. Warm tones are colors in the shades of yellow, orange, red and brown. Warm tones are colors we associate with things such as daylight, earth and fire.
This deep red is a fresh take on autumn’s typical wine hue. The burgundy outfits will undoubtedly make you look and feel very special. It’s a universally flattering color that is both sophisticated and versatile. For evening dresses, red color will suit most successfully. Red is the color of passion, it attracts the eyes and excites the blood. You can pair burgundy with bright or dark color pieces. If you think that Bordeaux is too much dark for you, then you should go for red clothes. This bright hue will underline your bright side and make you look feminine, powerful and eye-catching.
Against the background of general gray and black, yellow, how in any way, will better isolate you from the crowd. Attract attention of passers-by, awaken positive emotions. This color is better not to muffle, but to enjoy all its juiciness and brightness. This year all Pantone colors come with an ale of positivism, excitement and a feeling of happiness. The color spicy mustard brings us to a warmer place, not yellow neither orange, it is something in between.
Warm and natural, soothing and serene, it’s the perfect foil for our lasting love of metallic, natural textures of timber and stone, and has just the right amount of lux in its grey-green hue to add a note of luxury to our interiors. In the same way that olive oil brings depth of flavor to a home-cooked meal, the color olive green goes with everything and adds a rich earthiness to a color scheme that is at once stylish and serene. Olive Green is the ideal fall neutral. It works with no-nonsense outfits, but it is also a staple in your average anarchy-punk wardrobe. Something about green just makes sense for spring. It’s a fresh and natural color that represents renewal. This color is also at the height of fashion, but it must be selected in muted tones, like blue. Use calm, even colors.
This cool purple tone is powerful and creative, perfect for anyone who wants to draw attention, but still enjoy the more floral of the spring 2018 color trends. Powerful and mysterious are the words we’d use to define the trending color of the year. Pantone describes it as a complex and dramatically provocative shade of purple. Whichever way you choose to define it, the ultraviolet color is a brilliant shade that definitely has character.
This color, for several seasons, does not go out of fashion, but now it acquires deeper, darker and muted shades. Especially elegant, these colors will look on velvet and textured fabrics. This dark blue is more muted than a navy, and has the barest hint of olive to it, keeping it from being too cool. To some it might seem a little more ideal for winter, a season with only pinks and pale blues becomes dreadfully boring very quickly. This shade of blue breaks up and complements light warm colors beautifully, and it keeps the season sophisticated and interesting. It fits well with the palette of the season, and could be paired with the lighter blues or with some of the softer purples.
While mixing and combining unexpected colors can result in a signature style or look, we are also seeing colors for Fall/Winter 2018 similarly impactful standing alone. More-so than in previous seasons, many of these hues are strong enough in their own right and are being used to make very specific color statements on their own.