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PANTONE Spring 2017 Colours: Get the Looks for Below $100

This year's Pantone colours have proven to be wildly successful in fashion--rose quartz, serenity, and pastel errthang. How will 2017's colours measure up?

pantone spring 2017 fashion colour report

For starters, most of these colours are not unfamiliar, and a lot of them are just different names for colours we already know. Primrose Yellow is light mustard; Pale Dogwood is really just nude/beige/blush, and Kale is our evergreen favourite, olive. 

We've chosen some of our favourite outfits in these Pantone colours for you to refer to what they might look like IRL. And of course to shop for these colours so you'll be ahead of the pack.

Outfits may not be the exact shade of Pantone due to several factors, such as screen colour settings, filters applied to photo, lighting, etc. But you can be assured we tried our best to make the most ideal match.

Tip: Always zoom in to the product image to take a closer look at the item's colour. 

Primrose

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The Primrose flowers are quite pale, but bright in colour. But Pantone has it down as a light mustard.

Photo via @imairinn

Pale Dogwood

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Pale dogwood is quite similar to this year’s rose quartz, in its pastel and pink shade. But pale dogwood is closer to a beige or nude colour, with a slight tinge of pink.

Photo via @denisesoongeelyn

Hazelnut

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Hazelnut has already been trending for a while, mostly as a nude colour for the lips. Its also light enough to pass off as a nude colour.

Photo via @beixin

Island Paradise

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Island Paradise is quite similar to Tiffany’s robin egg blue, with a slight grey tinge to it.

Photo via @ssydneyho

Greenery

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This was one of the toughest colours to find on people, and we’re not even sure we got it right. We would describe this as a grassy green, which is not as popular with people compared to their green or olive counterparts.

Photo via hey woman!

Flame

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Orange is a bold colour that many do not dare go near. But pair it with a cool colour like blue, and it will even out your colour scheme.

Photo via Harper’s Bazaar

Pink Yarrow

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Yarrow is a plant that bears flowers in different colours, pink being one of them. The Pantone colour is not bright or neon, it has a bit of blue in the colour and is matte.

Photo via @cheryllbaby

Niagara

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The most easily comprehensible description of this colour would be a dark, dusk blue. Niagara is quite similar to turquoise, except it has more blues than greens.

Photo via Celebmafia

Kale

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Perhaps the most common colour in our wardrobes, Kale is in other words: Olive. This classic colour never seems to go out of style.

Photo via @lazygirlco

Lapis

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Lapis comes from lapis lazuli, which is the name of a bright blue colour. But the Pantone colour is milder, and deeper in shade.

Photo via @ell4d


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