The biggest color trends of 2022 exude a sense of optimism and excitement during the bleakness of the pandemic. Given Pantone predictions, be sure that these shades will be everywhere in 2022. From Vey Peri, a unique blue-purple hue to Orchid Bloom and Humus these are the colors that you may want to add to your wardrobe this spring! Keep scrolling to shop our favorite picks in each hue.
Since spring is almost on the way, different shades of pink come along. Instead of a bright fuchsia or pastel, Bubblegum is the perfect medium ground. This season, Bubblegum pink appears as a solid color reminiscent of street blowing bubbles and happy childhood. Fashion houses, such as Chanel, Adam Lippes and Vivienne Westwood chose to showcase it in skirt sets and strict lines for maximum impact, while Victor Glemaud created crochet set with modern cutouts.
Pastels and mellow hues have dominated the runways but this season come in fresh, new shades. Orchid Flower appears as a lightweight and airy purple hue that reflects a sense of positivity and escapism through its colorful nature. Pantone’s Orchid Bloom is less pastel and more saturated than traditional light purple shades and has been spotted on Givenchy, Jonathan Simkhai, Simone Rocha, and Altuzrra creations.
Described as ''the color of the year'', this rich purple hue comes in many forms this season, from catsuits to dresses and boxy blazers. Catsuits took charge at Xüly Bet, Valentino Haute Couture turned it into a headdress, and Thom Browne reminded us of the joy of shift dresses. Of course, if you’re in the mood for the color in a bit more of a classic silhouette, then Isabel Marant, Gucci, and Alberta Ferretti have got you more than covered.
Neon green was one of 2021’s most in-demand hues, so this vibrant lime green sparks some serious joy for Spring/Summer 2022. Valentino, Versace and Christian Siriano featured the shade by way of satin skirt sets, draped dresses, and tea-length gowns with matching headgear. Fragile Sprout sprout green is like a new sprout out of the shell that is meant to cool and refresh. Pantone's shade might be a difficult color to pull off, but if you love daring appearances, then this one is for you.
Not only was this fiery shade of red spotted on the runways of Balmain, Saint Laurent and Atluzarra, but celebrities like Rihanna and Lady Gaga have recently championed it. Pantone's Poinciana red is meant to make a bold statement. Saint Laurent favored floral detailing and belts for this color, while Balmain opted for party-perfect jumpsuit options.
Neutral shades couldn't be missing from Pantone's color palette. This season a new cooling taupe under Humus appears as the king of all neutrals. This effortless neutral appeared at Michael Kors, Burberry, and LaQuan Smith in many monochromatic looks. So, if you’re looking to try a ‘model-off-duty look this spring, then Humus is the perfect color to try it with!
This Spring/Summer 2022 trend perfectly embodies the idea of a sunny disposition. A buttery, pale yellow is a chic option to opt for over cream. Whatever way you wear it, this color is guaranteed to brighten your mood. Whether you opt for a full-on dress or a cute handbag, be sure that this popcorn shade will look great on any look. Different designers, such as Emilio Pucci, Blumarine, Prada, and Roberto Cavalli, incorporated it into their collections.
A perfect light camel beige if there ever was one, this dreamy color was described by the Pantone Institute as “a subtle sandy beige meant to take us to the warm comfort of the beach.” An apt description if there ever was one considering Peter Do, Sportmax, and Proenza Schouler used the color in beach town-ready garments.
According to Pantone's report, Coral Rose proved to be particularly popular at the fashion weeks this spring 2022. After all, it is a refreshing tone that embodies the summer season.Get ready to channel your incorporate diva!
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