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8 Colors We’ll Be Wearing This Spring (and Beyond)

8 Colors We’ll Be Wearing This Spring (and Beyond)


Colors are fundamental in the world of fashion. They reflect the current mood of the population, leading to trends that we’ll likely look back on 10, 20 years from now. Take the neon era that was made popular by the 80s, the utilitarian shades from the 50s, and the grungy reds of the 90s, all of which contributed to the style culture we have today. 2020 may have taken a step back in style, but this year we’re taking control of our wardrobe again, starting with bright and cheerful palettes.

After Pantone released the spring-summer 2021 color palette, both luxury and high street brands have followed suit with endless collections. From dazzling blues to juicy oranges to bubbly pinks, we’re taking them all in. Here are the top 8 hues we love this season (and will probably still wear after), channeled through the most covetable picks from our collection.


Sunny Yellow

Pantone defined Sunny Yellow as a “friendly, joyful, and optimistic yellow offering the promise of a sunny day.” We can’t help but think of loose dresses and summer-inspired outfits that are perfect for the beach.

We love this shade because it’s flattering on anybody and plays beautifully with other shades, such as blue, green, and pink. 

Ideal match: French Blue

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French Blue

Drawing from true Parisian style, French blue is a “stirring blue hue that awakens a vision of Paris in the springtime.” It looks like the middle shade between navy and powder blue, which is unique given its many iterations. From denim to linen, you can see this shade in various pieces. Wear it with similar shades, or try something brighter to create a beautiful contrast.

Ideal match: Illuminating

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“A comforting golden orange infused with yellow,” marigold is a stunning hue that lends a warm presence. It’s a wearable orange that can transition to summer and autumn. We’re looking at dresses in classic silhouettes and accessories that can take your look from sunrise to sundown.

If you want to make a statement, opt for pieces that feature bold prints or patterns. Style your outfit with minimal jewelry to balance your look.

Ideal matches: Cerulean, Burnt Coral

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Amethyst Orchid

The floral shaded amethyst orchid introduces a unique touch to an otherwise universal shade. It looks gorgeous with Mint or Cerulean (which are on this list as well), giving a retro vibe that still works with today’s modern styles.

You can pull off this color for any occasion, from casual to formal settings. Don’t be afraid to mix it with other bright hues, such as pink, orange, and blue.

Ideal match: Illuminating

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Cerulean Blue

It’s not just blue; it’s not turquoise, it’s not lapis, it’s actually cerulean. Okay, you know we can’t get through this shade without mentioning (what we think is) the most iconic line from The Devil Wears Prada. But references aside, Pantone describes cerulean as “the color of the sky on a serene, crystal clear day.”

We’re thinking of lightweight pieces that are perfect for layering, as well as dresses that work for day or night. If you want to create the ultimate spring palette, combine it with marigold and illuminating.

Ideal matches: Mint, Marigold

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Raspberry Sorbet

This irresistible, traffic-stopping shade evokes a timeless appeal. It’s an instant pick-me-upper when you feel a little uninspired, bringing sartorial joy into your spring and summer wardrobe. From statement tops to day dresses to accessories, raspberry sorbet will be in our rotation for a while.

Ideal matches: Marigold, Raspberry Sorbet

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Burnt Coral

There’s something alluring and convivial about coral. It can be edgier than red and more playful than fuchsia. When it comes to style, it’s surprisingly flattering, considering that people think it brings out their yellow undertones most of the time. Its wearability has proven that it can be a staple shade in your wardrobe regardless of the season, but we’re definitely taking advantage of this shade for spring.

Ideal match: Raspberry Sorbet

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Mint Green

Mint is a versatile shade that is often underlooked in fashion. The fact that it’s also called spring green is proof that it’s the perfect base palette for the season. It looks great when matched with dainty neutrals or pretty pastels, creating a look that’s subtle yet elegant. From pantsuits to accessories, feel free to mix and match!

Ideal match: Amethyst Orchid

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Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Spring is all about starting anew. It symbolizes change, whether it be in your wardrobe or home. It’s also a reminder not to take things too seriously, especially when it comes to fashion. Sometimes, it takes a little courage to find your personal style. If you’ve found comfort in neutrals, perhaps it’s time to explore other palettes that resonate with you and your aesthetic.

We made this color guide to help you find the best shades in tune with the current trends. They’re the embodiment of a positive outlook on things because we know we all need it right now.


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