Trending color (pantone) spring summer list 2018

Trending color (pantone) spring summer list 2018

Companies like GOOGLE, AMAZON, TESLA, SPACEX have been in highlight for their innovative contributions in the technological area. Pantone is another giant that has contributed very much in the field of trending colors. It is known for its Pantone Matching System used by many industries for manufacturing colored paints, fabric and plastics.

Every year Pantone releases a list of colors that are used by fashion experts and other professionals like graphic designers to bring the colors into trend. Since 2000, Pantone has also been declaring a particular color as color of the year. The colors they feature in their Fashion Color Trend Report are selected from fashion and home+color interior system. The fashion, home+interiors color system is a widely recognized color interior system for fashion, textile, home and interior décor. The top colors designated by Pantone are featured in New York fashion Week and London Fashion Week as well.

The trend report works as a reference for the fashion people, designers and graphics people. In this article we will mention some trending color from pantone’s spring summer list.

 

  1. PANTONE 13-0646 Meadowlark

Trending color

The color creators describe this color as spring 2018’s joy glistening and world illuminating yellow shade. It reflects the bold and lively entrance of summer. This is a very beautiful color and can be adapted to many styles in wear. All you need is to use is your creativity.

 

  1. PANTONE 17-1563 Cherry Tomato

Trending color

The Pantone’s color palette describes this reddish shade as a heat and energy liberating tint.

 

  1. PANTONE 16-4132 Little Boy Blue

Trending color

The Little Boy Blue is from the blue-sky family expanding on top of the earth. It resembles the never-ending stretch of our might blue sky.

 

  1. PANTONE 18-1440 Chili Oil

Trending color

Hey! Do not get confused with its name. Though named after a food product, this color is a dominant muddy resembling shade of brown. This color looks fabulous either in a mono color theme or when combined with other shades. This is an ever hit color in dresses, accessories and footwear too.

 

 

  1. PANTONE 14-3207 Pink Lavender

 Trending color

Ask any girl, the value of pink and she will speak a lot about this cool chic and delicate color. But pink is not only for girls. Even men can look fabulous when they use pink in a stylish way. This shade of pink has very much the same symbolic meaning as that of a lavender rose. It resembles the softness of the surroundings.

 

  1. PANTONE 16-5533 Arcadia

Trending color

This green shade with a touch of blue tincture is a fabulous mixture for casual wears, wall paints and other designing stuffs.

 

  1. PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet

trending color

Though UV lies in the invisible spectrum, but this shade of purple is something to be inspired from. Imagine how cool would have the UV shade been if it were in the visible spectrum.

 

  1. PANTONE 19-4034 Sailor Blue

Trending color

Navy Blue color has just upgraded to intensify the impact in our colorful world. The palette is anchored by this color.

 

  1. PANTONE 12-2103 Almost Mauve

Trending color

This color is a light shade of pink. The trend report describes it as a delicate and gentle shade that adds  a sense of nostalgia to the 2018 palette.

 

  1. PANTONE 14-4202 Harbor Mist

Trending color

This color tone resembles the misty atmosphere. And the trend report also states its importance in the color palette by saying “A mid-tone dove gray, Harbor Mist solidifies the spring 2018 palette.”.

 

Colors tones are not easy to distinguish and it takes some careful observation and practice to get to that level. Pantone is has done some fabulous work in creating great shades that are of utmost importance in various fields today.

Chetana Joshi
Chetana Joshi
The passion for writing and the love for fashion has made her to join lets get dressed and explore this area. From science to the business she has a quite diverse educational background. Feel free to contact her at [email protected] Follow her at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chetnajoshi8/

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