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Pantone Pretty: The Top 10 Spring 2015 Color Trends

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Pantone Pretty: The Top 10 Spring 2015 Color Trends

Does your winter wardrobe have you feeling drab? We've got a delightful cure for you—the spring 2015 Pantone color palette! This spring is all about a softer, more relaxed color spectrum inspired by tropical landscapes. It's a mix of modest brights, pretty pastels and natural neutrals. From Classic Blue to Strawberry Ice, here are 10 spring 2015 color trends to try as you daydream about the warmer months ahead.

 

Marsala

 

 

Marsala is the official color of 2015, making it a must-have in your wardrobe. This seductive and tasteful color was inspired by wine. Check out rich Marsala looks from designers such as Herve Leger, Tommy Hilfiger and Tia Cibani. Pair this deep hue with Toasted Almond or Classic Blue.

 

Marsala

 

 

Tia Cibani

 

Marsala

 

 

Tommy Hilfiger

 

Scuba Blue

 

 

Get vibrant this spring with Scuba Blue. This exotic color adds an energizing pep to your step and comes in all style forms and from designers such as Kate Spade and Ellie Saab. Scuba Blue pairs well with Lucite Green and Classic Blue.

 

Scuba Blue

 

 

Scuba Blue

 

Scuba Blue

 

 

Ellie Saab

 

Toasted Almond

 

 

If neutrals are your thing, then you’ll love Toasted Almond. Toasted Almond is a classic, reliable and versatile color to add to your springtime wardrobe. This sun-tanned neutral pairs great with Lavender Herb and can be seen in tons of designer collections, including Nonoo, David Tlale, BCBG and Tadashi Shoji.

 

Toasted Almond

 

 

BCBG Max Azria

 

Toasted Almond

 

 

Tadashi Shoji

 

Lucite Green

 

 

Lucite Green is a minty hue that is both refreshing and cool. This lightweight bright was seen on the runways of Betsey Johnson, Christian Siriano, Blumarine and Monique Lhuillier. When wearing this color, pair it with similar hues of Classic Blue and Lucite Green for a soothing vibe that’s perfect for spring.

 

Lucite Green

 

 

Blumarine

 

Lucite Green

 

 

Christian Siriano

 

Tangerine

 

 

If you’re feeling gregarious this spring, we highly recommend Tangerine. This bold and energizing color took form on the runways of Alice + Olivia, Alexander Wang and many more. Not only is this color striking, but it’s also inviting and warm. Pair this color with Toasted Almond or Strawberry Ice.

 

Tangerine

 

 

Alexander Wang

 

Tangerine

 

 

Alice + Olivia

 

Glacier Grey

 

 

This season, keep, calm, cool and collected in Glacier Grey. This basic color is a closet staple. Perfect for layering, neutralizing prints and helping you look effortlessly put-together, Glacier Grey is extremely versatile. Pair this color with shades of blue and green this season.

 

Glacier Grey

 

 

Dennis Basso

 

Glacier Grey

 

 

Badgley Mischka

 

Custard

 

 

Custard is a cheerful and sunshine-infused yellow, perfect for relaxing on a warm spring day. For style inspiration, check out designers like Alice & Trixie, Nanette Lepore and Nicole Miller to see their Custard creations. Pair this color with Classic Blue for a harmonious look.

 

Custard

 

 

Diane von Furstenberg

 

Custard

 

 

Carolina Herrera

 

Classic Blue

 

 

Classic Blue evokes feelings of tranquility, self-confidence and overall harmony. This strong shade pairs well with the entire spring 2015 palette. For Classic Blue style motivation, we turn to Trina Turk, Stella McCartney and Halston Heritage.

 

Classic Blue

 

 

Stella McCartney

 

Classic Blue

 

 

Halston Heritage

 

Strawberry Ice

 

 

Come Spring, blossom in this delicate pink, Pantone color Strawberry Ice. This refreshingly feminine hue pairs well with Toasted Almond and Tangerine. If you’re looking for a springtime glow, this color is for you. For style inspiration, check out Ella Moss, Rebecca Minkoff and Jenny Packham.

 

Strawberry Ice

 

 

Jenny Packham

 

Strawberry Ice

 

 

Rebecca Minkoff

 

Aquamarine

 

 

Feel stress-free in Aquamarine this spring. This relaxing blue hue is ultra cool, peaceful and quite dreamy. Designer such as BCBG, Pamella Roland and Cynthia Rowley incorporated this watery color into their collections. For a subtle look, try pairing this color with Glacier Grey. If you’re looking for a more eye-catching aesthetic, pair it with Marsala.

 

Aquamarine

 

 

BCBG Max Azria

 

Aquamarine

 

 

Cynthia Rowley