From the silhouettes and accessories to the prints and color palette, everyone’s buzzing about what’s new for spring. Want to join the conversation? Check out the season’s “it” shades. (Want to be fashion-forward? Start wearing them now!)
A pastel green that looks plucked from nature, hemlock is perfect for a garden party, a spring wedding or Easter.
Cool, calm and on the “pastel” side of the spectrum, placid blue works wonders with spring’s biggest casual trends—like “shabby-chic” florals and light-as-air lace.
If we had to guess, we’d say celosia orange was inspired by a dramatic sunrise. It’s a glowing take on a secondary shade that feels new following a season big on darks.
If you love to go bold in cobalt or royal, you’re bound to become a fan of this chic shade. (The best thing about the “new” dazzling blue? You already have it in your wardrobe!)
The season’s hottest shade of red, cayenne is the epitome of “spicy.” Wear it on your lips, on the town, anytime you want to make a statement.
The name stems from the freesia plant, but the color calls to mind a variety of flowers—like daffodils, yellow roses and sunflowers, to name a few. All in all, it’s a happy shade that’s set to brighten days (and wardrobes!) all season.
2014’s color of the year reminds us why we first fell in love with purple. (It was our fave color as a kid!) Radiant orchid is bold, but not loud; feminine, but not sweet—and looks great with our current choice color: black.