Our Favorite Colors for a Spring Wardrobe

By on March 16, 2017

Don’t be afraid to go bold with color this spring

It’s the season we’re all anxiously awaiting – a time of the year marked by warmth and elegant pops of color – spring. And as the cooler temperatures begin to leave the North Dallas Corridor for good, we pack away the heavy coats and sweaters and focus on our changing wardrobe. So, what types of color will we see in 2017 spring fashion? We’re here to give you all the details!

Khaki

Khaki is making a solid comeback this spring, and whether you opt to sport it in an olive or beige shade, it’s a beautiful neutral selection that will make you ultra-chic and undoubtedly sophisticated.

Yellow

There’s no question bright, pastel shades are a staple during the Spring season, but one color, in particular, is standing out amongst the rest – Yellow. From muted to a lively glow, yellow is showing up across the board, and everyone will find a version fitting for their complexion; this is a promise.

Hot Pink

Similar to yellow, pink is a statement color that you’ll see throughout the warmer seasons. Dresses in baby pink, coats in hot pink, and anything in between are already extremely popular and guaranteed to only continue to pick up steam.

Bright Geometric Patterns

Color blocking is a trend we’re already familiar with, but designers are taking it to the next level with bright geometric patterns that exude class. You’ll find this is a true in a variety of materials and styles, and you can’t go wrong when you purchase a piece of this quality.

Pantone Colors

Pantone continues to set the precedent for color trends and this year, they have a few colors we’re deeming necessary in any wardrobe. For starters the Pantone color of the year, Greenery, suggests a wide variety of green shades. Additional colors include Niagra, Lapis Blue, Flame, Pale Dogwood, and Island Paradise.

About Aly Payne (634 Posts)

I am a Hockaday alum and graduate of Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, IN, where I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. I am an aspiring writer and journalist, and, as an avid reader, I constantly exercise my imagination and whet my appetite for creativity. I am outgoing and personable, and I look forward to incorporating my innate enthusiasm for creativity into my work!


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