Friday, 23 October 2015

COLOURS FOR FALL 2015

Pantone are the experts when it comes to colours and for this fall they have released ten new colours for us to get our fashionistaness out. This season its all about Cadmium Orange (warm orange), Desert Sage (greenish grey), Stormy Weather (blue grey), Oak Buff (golden yellow), Biscay Bay (teal), Cashmere Rose (soft pink), Dried Herb (khaki green), Amethyst Orchid (purple hue), Reflecting Pond (cooling blue) and Marsala (winey red-brown).

COLOURS FOR FALL 2015

Pantone Colours For Fall 2015

Cadmium Orange - Bring back the 60's and 70's vibe with a playful and sophisticated flare. It evokes, fun, optimism and fantasy.

Desert Sage - A very impact  evoking colour. A cool and soothing grey colour making the ideal neutral colour.

Stormy Weather - Cool and constant colour reminding us of a stormy overcast sky full of dark grey clouds.

Oak Buff - A warming and mellow colour that is something similar to the sun coming out after the storm has past us.

Biscay Bay - Warm tone but with tinge of heat. A elegant teal colour with blue hues.

Cashmere Rose - Reminiscent of the 60's with a modern twist. A very soft pink hue that is a romantic pink.

Dried Herb - An olive green shade with similarities to the military green. Evoking a chic and sophisticated feel.

Amethyst Orchid - A jewel colour, vibrant and sensual. Kind of like an orchid, unique.

Reflecting Pond - a cooling blue shade, showcasing stability and security.

Marsala - A winey red-brown shade that can be worn on its own. A warm and rich colour creating a sophisticating colour.

What do you think of the Pantone Colours For Fall 2015? Will you wearing any of the shades this season? Let me know what you think in the comment box below.

Nashia




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