Pantone Spring 2015 Colour Palettes- Part 1

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It’s no secret that Pantone is the sole colour expert that all fashion houses turn to when it comes to choosing palettes for each season, every year. In fact, their colour palettes form the base of many famous designer collections and the great news is that their shades suit a wide range of skin tones all over the world. We decided to go a little deeper into understanding how Indian brides could use these gorgeous shades for any pre-wedding or post wedding ceremonies. Since Spring is just around the corner (Spring is from March to May), these are the colour palettes you need to consider if you truly want to stay 2015 spring colour trendy.

So what’s special about the Spring palette? Well, on first sight what stands out is the fact that pastels and lighter hues are given more prominence and that itself is a reminder of the retro era. Colours found in their natural state take the lead and since spring is more about an awakening of nature itself, floral art and simple attractive minimalistic themes are the prime highlights. These same gentle hues can be paired with warmer or bolder tones for a beautiful contrast. The spring colours for this year are:

Pantone spring colour palettes

Aquamarine: This shade is the frontrunner for Spring this year and it’s bound to be a hit because it suits Indian skin tones so beautifully. A shade that can be worn both during the day and at night, aquamarine is believed to be a natural stress buster too because of the calming effect this shade has on the senses. We think an aquamarine ghagra choli with royal blue or fuchsia pink work and filigree embroidery will look perfect for a sangeeth or mehendi ceremony. Or, how about combining aquamarine with Marsala Red for extra drama?

Pantone colour for spring 2015-aquamarine-lehenga-choli-



Scuba Blue: This is undoubtedly the shade to wear for a shopping date in the morning or even in the afternoon. This vibrant colour reminds an onlooker of crystal clear blue waters and if you love the calm waters of the sea yourself, then don’t think twice about adding this colour to your wardrobe. This particular shade is quite deep in terms of hue and would suit wheatish and fair skin tones the best. In fact, quite a few celebs have already been clicked wearing this colour too!pantone-spring-shadesbridesmaid-wear

Lucite Green: Green is a popular shade that surfaces time and again in Indian bridal wear all over the country. Mint green was chosen as one of Pantone’s colours of the year in 2014 and bears a minor resemblance to Lucite green too. Brides who prefer a light colour that looks fresh and unusual should definitely opt for this because its light tone is perfect for both day and night parties. In fact, if you plan to wear a darker shade at your wedding, you could choose this shade for your bridesmaids’ wear.

We’ll be back with more Pantone spring colour palettes next week.


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