Spring 2015 Pantone Colour Trends

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The Pantone Spring 2015 colours are softer than they have been in awhile.  There are some soft warm colours that work really well with our Intriguing swatch and some cooler that relate to our Sublime and Serene Swatches.  So after our recent seasons of very bold bright colours, it’s great that those with smokier and softer colouring will find clothes in their colours in the near future.

 

Spring 2015 Intriguing

 

Sublime Pantone

 

“Many feel compelled to be connected around the clock because we are afraid we’ll miss something important. There is a growing movement to step out and create ‘quiet zones’ to disconnect from technology and unwind, giving ourselves time to stop and be still. Color choices follow the same minimalistic, ‘en plein air’ theme, taking a cue from nature rather than being reinvented or mechanically manipulated. Soft, cool hues blend with subtle warm tones to create a soothing escape from the everyday hustle and bustle.”
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute®

universal spring 2015 colours

There are also some universal colours that can be worn by all in your right intensity.

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8 Comments

  • Beautiful colours but they don’t suit me at all (bold and bright does). I have too many clothes anyway, so at least won’t be tempted to add to my already overflowing wardrobe.

  • Congratulation for your continuos evolutions! You look very beatiful and vibrant. I like this colors, but I not sure thats suit me. I’m warm type, with cinnamon eyes on the way on gray hair (now is platinum with some dark brown).

  • Looks like I will not have problem finding clothes to buy next year then. LOL I am a *cough* shoppoholic. :X The dark blues, soft yellows, dark reds, beige/lightbrown and soft pinks are all colors I love!

    …just wish that my favorite stores bring in some more warm greys (taupe, grey-beige), because Im currently rebuilding my wardrobe, colorwise and warm grey along with rosebeige (if worn with gold accents) are two neutrals I trying to branch out to. Because muddy warm browns like tan are too warm (making my skin orange-y), cool greys make too pale and black/navy I need to wear light to medium colors with or they wash me out. :/ I tends to wear grey with warm pastel colored tops….but Im getting closer. 😛
    I start to notice that while redoing my wardrobe, I always drawn a specific combination of colors/neutrals and wear them more often and created a capsule around them (still needs work!) = https://scontent-a-ams.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xaf1/t31.0-8/p417x417/1094027_289959244546030_5580300576787648569_o.jpg (black, taupe/khaki, gold worn with a more muted and deep colored version of the primary colors red, blue and yellow + some occasional brights. I love wearing royal blue because Ive blue eyes.)

    BTW: Does the colored mentioned above reminds you of any of your color swatches? (just for reference when reading these kind of articles, 😉 ) I know you are usually against clashing warm and cool properties, but when wearing cool toned neutrals (black, rosebeige, navy) with warm colors? Whats your opinion?

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