Pantone may have crowned Greenery as the Color of the Year, but I beg to differ. While there are wonderful greens in the market, they are mostly in the olive/teal range.
My guess would have been a dusty rose or pale blush. The color is everywhere right now and looks spot on.
The first real life peek into color trends for the season happen on the Golden Globes red carpet, and it was predominantly nudes/blushes along with some excellent metallics and shiny blacks (and tons of Embroidery). There were a couple nice pops of yellow, one standout red, one gorgeous blue, and one bad green.
Here's a look at a wider color forecast chart for spring.
Black made a huge comeback for spring, and much of it is heavy looking. Look for feminine embroidery mixed with a hard rock n' roll edge and shine. Even Coach's ads are promoting this look.
Navy is basically a happier Black, but Navy pops color a million times better. White, ecru, yellow, orange, pink, coral, green...all look great with Navy.
Reds, from scarlet to corals, are right on.
I thought stripes might take a break, but they came back stronger than ever, with fresh incarnations of awning stripes and banker stripes.
One of my favorite trends is Seersucker!
I literally never thought I would say that.
There is a general trend toward a return to classic patterns, including seersucker, gingham, checks, plaids, herringbone, tulle, embroidery.
Spring. Florals. Ya know.
We love tie dye and the abstract, free patterns. My favorite is Tory Burch's blue and white, it almost reads like a stripe.
Embroidery is huge this season! So many beautiful interpretations, many are being mixed with tough accessories to tone the fragility.
Going hand in hand with the return to classics and seersucker trend, all things preppy look very fresh.
I got hooked on the Amazon series, 'Good Girls Revolt', kind of a Mad Men for girls. The late 60's into early 70's fashion was so fun.
Ruffles are a huge trend, but one to be worn judiciously.
I love all the neck details happening, even chokers are making a comeback. From mock-t-necks to neck ties and criss-cross details, lots of attention is being paid to the neck.
From waist-cinching to shoulder perching and everything in between, ties are a detail you'll be seeing everywhere.
Take your pick, but just a heads up...Victoria Bekham showed ONLY midi hems for her fall 2017 collection.
Waistbands have found their way to the natural waistline...or higher.
Who What Wear declared the cropped flared pant the worst trend of 2016. Haha! Maybe that means it will be the worst trend of 2017, too. Because it continues, along with all the other cropped pant silhouettes.
I guess women like to flash a little skin, because this trend continues and is gaining popularity.
Casual athletic influence as lifestyle is everywhere and keeps getting stronger.
So much interest happening in sleeves, from splits, to trumpets, to tiered, to cape, to balloons, to flared.
But, the number one trend continues to be the shoulder. Cold shoulder options, one shoulder, off shoulder, cut-out, in all combinations and variations.
What is the trend you're most excited about for spring 2017? Leave a comment, I would love to hear!