Thursday, February 19, 2015

Spring/Summer 2016 Color Trends




Sweet Treats  


                                                    Photo Courtesy of Color Portfolio


Everyone is playing “Candy Crush” and it is no wonder that the sugary pastels in this theme are

finding their way into the fashion scene. Candy, cupcake, ice-cream and icing inspired pastels

work into mid-tone brights and pastels. We see lots of traditional pinks, greens and levels of

the same color together in a palette. Whites are key this season from bright whites to creamy

whites; they look fresh and new when teamed with these sugary pastels.




South of the Border 


                                                  Photo Courtesy of Color Portfolio

In this trend, we see palettes that bring to mind rich primary colors used in Guatemalan, Honduran, Mexican, etc.

Native textiles. The colors are rich in hue and bring an excitement to this story. These vibrant shades also remind

us of traditional performance sport colors: red, yellow, blue and green. Adding white and/or black brings energy

and contrast to this palette to create an athletic look.



Yacht Club 


                                              Photo Courtesy of Colorush & Tumblr.com


This Spring/Summer we are focusing on simple, clean colors and fabrics. Palettes emphasize neutrals ranging

from taupe, khaki, bright and/or creamy white which are then combined with traditional navy, black or green.

Together, these colors create an updated maritime look, a country club, varsity or collegiate story.



Retro Seaside 


                                              Photo Courtesy of Readymade Studio

During Spring/Summer we take on a vacation state of mind, thinking about sun filled times and days spent at the

beach. Colors in this trend are sun bleached and /or water washed. There is an abundance of nature inspired

sandy khakis, driftwood greys, sage & dune grass greens, indigo blues, salmon, coral, sunkist yellow and creamy white

that create a nostalgic seaside palette.

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