The 10 Biggest Colors for Fall, According to Pantone
Here are Pantone’s top 10 color trends to start buying, and wearing, ASAP.
Multiple shades of green were spotted during NYFW, but this one hue in particular seemed to pop up more often than the rest.
Barbiecore was one of the hottest trends of the summer, and will definitely continue into fall, but with a bit of a grown-up twist.
For those who prefer a more subtle shade, Nosegay pink is much more versatile and easier to mix with a greater number of colors, both neutral and bright.
Not every color trend this fall is bold and bright. Caramel Café is just one of a handful of stunning neutrals that can help make your wardrobe look extra luxe.
This cheery yellow isn’t as bright as lemon nor as pale as buttercup, but instead sits somewhere in the middle. It’s warm & inviting without stealing the show.
Want something a bit more attention-grabbing? Then Orange Tiger is definitely the way to go. This is one hue that deserves a “more is more” approach.
When paired with dark neutrals like black, gray or even navy, it takes on an icy vibe that makes us almost wish for winter snow. Almost.
This off-white hue is not only a universally flattering shade, it's a timeless one. The ultimate version of winter white, hitting that perfect level of warmth.
Not quite navy, not quite slate. It looks particularly rich next to complementary grays & blues, as well as other neutrals like bright white or black.
Red is a classic autumnal color, but rather than reach for the same fiery hues as last year, this time around we’re opting for a more muted variation.
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