This fall season has a lot of blueberry and fruity tones that will definitely add a punch to your world. Some colors we have seen before, while others are new and fresh this fall. Meet the latest trendsetting colors of fall 2014!
Fashion colors for fall 2014
Royal Blue – Designer Pamela Roland utilized this jacket for day or evening. This stunning blue is always a classic. Try royal blue on accent walls and home accessories, or choose this color as paint to refurbish a chest of drawers or chair.
Royal blue is a must-have color of fall 2014.
Aluminum – This pretty, soft gray is one that complements virtually any color of the rainbow. It will look a amazing paired with a misted yellow as Ella Moss designed below. Aluminum is a perfect back drop for bright and bold colors.
Aluminum and misted yellow make a stunning fall combination.
Sangria – If you’ve ever tasted sangria, you’ll know instantly why it’s a pop of fabulous to any wardrobe or living space. This is rich, berry color marries deep burgundy and bright orchid hues to make a perfect combination of delicious. A taste worth trying.
Pantone 2014 fall loves sangria…and so do we.
Cognac – This soft, brown has a slight touch of burgundy to give it a beautiful undertone that looks amazing on any skin tone. Try adding this decor to your fall rooms. Emily Saunders creates the duxford bomber with a rose, copper-treated faux fur body and black lambskin sleeves.
Pretty cognac is a subtle and elegant color that will dress up a sophisticated space.
Misted Yellow – Not everyone can wear yellow, but this subtle touch will look great in rooms, kitchens, and on a fabulous designer dress! This color features hints of wheat and oatmeal, which will warm up walls, windows, and seating areas.
Misted yellow is a subtle yellow paired with this black, aluminum, and cognac combo from Biphu Mohapatra.
Cypress – This muted, forest green comes as a nice surprise. It’s not always a color that most people would wear, however, it will work nicely in a den or man cave space. Cypress is a softer army green that can be used as a neutral base of an outfit. Designer Christian Siriano creates a crepe cape overlay pant in cypress and black stain wrap jacket.
Cypress adds an intriguing and earthy look paired with classic fall colors.
Bright Cobalt -Rachel Roy is anything but an ordinary designer, judging by this well put together jacket and pant combo. She says, “The bomber jacket in Japanese Ink, Venetian Red, and Nightfall is an easy, yet chic and sporty silhouette – my favorite piece from the collection.”
Bright cobalt blue is electric.
Radiant Orchid – This hue has transcended through the spring, summer, and fall months. It’s been all about purples, fuchsias, and hot lilacs since the beginning of the year, so it makes sense that this color keeps reinventing itself. Pairing it with sangria and bright cobalt will invite great color to your wardrobe and living space this fall.
For a new twist on radiant orchid, pair it with sangria for a rich fall look.
Mauve Mist – Mauve mist is a softer version of radiant orchid. It’s a color that will look great on a statement piece of furnishing or accent wall.
A romantic and elegant purple shade, reminds us of the deco era and stimulates a sense of femininity and empowerment.
Aurora Red – This rosy, antique red color is “the desire for red in a gray world,” says designer Yoana Baraschi. This raspberry pink is the perfect touch to a Victorian or art deco decor. Paired with this grenadine bright jacket, you will be ready for any party. This is also a new spin to kitchen nooks and other areas of the home.
Yoana Baraschi makes a lovely outfit with a gently oversized cocoon coat in bright, red-orange mohair.
“For more than 20 years, Pantone, the global authority on color, has surveyed the designers of New York Fashion Week and beyond to bring you the season’s most important color trends. This report previews the most prominent hues for fall 2014.“