September 03, 2015
Fall is peeking around the corner, and that means it’s time to start thinking about autumn and changing up your wardrobe a bit. Autumn is the season when we enjoy cool evenings, spiced apple cider, and falling leaves. It’s also the time of year when styles change and new colors debut in the fashion industry.
So what’s on the lookout as far as color trends for fall 2015? It’s going to be a colorful, nature-inspired season, with a good mix of traditional autumn neutrals like gray and tan, mixed in with sprightly hues like lavender and wine red. Here’s the color forecast for the hottest colors of autumn 2015.
This sophisticated, slightly muted teal green color evokes ocean voyages and calm bays. It’s named after the Bay of Biscay and is located off the Southwestern coast of France and off the Northern Spain coast. A rugged spot prone to rough waters, it’s known for being a dangerous spot for sailors. The color Biscay Bay combines green and blue to a pleasant coolness that offsets many of the season’s earthier tones.
This earthy, gray-green color mixes well with the season’s other hues and is one of the season’s emerging “new neutrals.” Named after a perennial bush in Colorado, this color evokes cool autumn days and a walk through the woods with crunchy autumn leaves underfoot.
This luxurious overcast-gray adds depth and coolness to any outfit. It is a powerful, intelligent color with soothing cool undertones and a strong presence.
Outgoing and optimistic, this bright hue livens up the sometimes stormy weather of autumn. Reminiscent of vibrant orange leaves and ripening pumpkins, this color has a playful, youthful presence in the autumn lineup of fashion.
Warm and indulgent, this rich winey-red color hints at the coming winter in all its holiday splendor. Marsala was named “The Color of the Year” for 2015 and is an indispensible addition to any wardrobe, whether as a necktie, a beaded necklace, or t-shirt.
This classic soft pink color is making a bold show this autumn, providing a clear, optimistic color amid the many cool hues and neutrals of the season.
A crisp, clean tan, this color is breaking away from its use in the classic trench coat to be seen in everything from scarves to t-shirts to patterned socks.
This deep, muted navy blue is a great contrast to many of the season’s lighter hues. Confident and cooling, this color will be seen in jackets, shoes, sweaters, and jeans.
This earthy olive green color is rich and deep, pairing well with many other colors in the season and taking on the role of star as well as supporting player. This sophisticated, nature-inspired color is a new take on khaki that’s a bit greener than khakis in past seasons and will wear well into winter.
This light purple color is fun and punchy in a season that’s often all about neutrals. Named after the amethyst gemstone, this lilac color will be popular this fall in knitted sweaters, nail colors, neckties, t-shirts, and accessories.
If you’re looking for stylish additions to your wardrobe this autumn, check out our selection of Christian Jewelry and Christian T-Shirts in many of the season’s hottest hues.
For more details on Autumn 2015 color trends in the fashion industry, please see the Pantone® website.
Blessings to you today and always!
Deborah @ Clothed with Truthclothedwithtruth.com
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