10 Colors Every Girl Should Be Wearing This Spring
Posted On Apr 07, 2016
After effortlessly dressing in all black during winter, it’s time we add a bit of ROYGBIV to our wardrobe.
Life’s a bit more fun with a splash of color, which is why we can’t stop drooling over springtime hues, but there’s a science to wearing them properly. (This is the kind of science we like.) Using Pantone’s Spring 2016 Color Report, we have provided a little inspo for the proper way to dress this season using items you can buy from H&M right now!
Rose Quartz is a soft blush color, described by Pantone as a “persuasive, yet gentle tone” that “reminds us to reflect on our surroundings during the busy but lighthearted spring and summer months.”
Peach Echo is a companion of the orange family and is expected to be a favored tone this spring, as orange has held the top spot for many seasons. According to Pantone, wearing this color radiates friendliness and warmth.
Serenity reminds us of the sky above – it’s calming even in times of turbulence.
Snorkel Blue is inspired by the sea, and it encourages an escape when worn. Pantone describes this seafaring shade as a happier, more energetic version of navy blue.
Buttercup is my personal fave! It’s a bright golden color that’s bound to transport anyone to a happier, sunnier place.
Limpet Shell is a crisp aqua shade that leans toward the green family. As per Pantone, its shade suggests clarity and freshness.
Lilac Gray is essentially basic; however, its subtle lilac undertone adds a unique edge to the usually somber color. This neutral shade is definitely a season staple!
Fiesta is a fiery warm-toned red that lives up to its name. Its bold, highly energized tint broadcasts excitement and promotes free-spirited living.
Iced Coffee is a traditional neutral color that’s been around for many seasons. Its soft sandy tone creates a great foundation to combine with the rest of Spring 2016’s go-to hues.
Green Flash is a brilliant shade that forces the wearer to go beyond limits and escape the mundane.
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