We’re looking forward to Color Fashion Trend Spring 2018. While shopping for Christmas gifts, I tend to look for some clothing in welcoming the year 2018. I feel that wearing the colors of the year will make positiveness, brings good energy and good charm for the round year. It is also exciting to decorate your home and clothing with new and fresh color combination that will brighten our year.
Color Fashion Trend Spring 2018
According to Pantone for Spring 2018 underscoring colors continued influence when it comes to trend, the PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report London Fashion Week Spring 2018 features the top 12 colors for men’s and women’s fashion. Celebrating exploration, experimentation and the consumers desire to mix, blend and create the unexpected, the Spring 2018 palette showcases the unique shades for the London runway convey themes of energy, sophistication and serenity. The report also includes 4 core classics. Transcending seasons and providing a foundation to any wardrobe, these core shades can be built upon in tonal stories or amplified with contrasting hues to create a new level of energy for the Spring 2018 season.
Here is your guide to the season’s most important color trends.
Spring 2018 Top 12 Color Palette
The Spring 2018 palette encourages a sense of fun and playful release. With an air of complexity and distinctiveness, we find ourselves in a sanctuary of color that is ideal for some more unique and dramatic color mixing.
If I were to choose from the top 12 color palette, I would prefer Cherry tomato and Pink Lavender.
Spring 2018 Classic Color Palette
For many consumers, classic color is the mainstay of the wardrobe and the foundational core upon which they start building their own personal style. The core classic shades play a critical role in any wardrobe, and we wanted to highlight the nuance of these classic colors for the spring 2018 season.
The color story for Spring 2018 is a perfect reflection of this new sentiment. Gender and seasonal borders continue to be non-issues when it comes to color. For this classic color palette, I prefer the Sailor blue.
Credit link: https://www.pantone.com
Researcher: Mei Redillas