Pantone Spring Colour Palettes- Part 5

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In our last article on Pantone’s Colour Palettes for Spring, we’ve got a real visual treat in store for excite brides and bridegrooms all over the country. Let’s take a look at the last 3 colours in the Spring collection:


Sandstone- Brown is a wonderful colour which goes well with all skin tones and emits a rich, understated air of elegance. Sandstone in particular would be placed in between very light brown and dark earthy brown on the colour palette. On first sight, it reminds one of both red bricks and old dark wood. This shade of brown is a must for couples planning to host a garden, rustic or outdoor wedding. When paired with a bright darker shade like Classic Blue or with royal Marsala, the combination is even more striking. Bridegrooms can opt for an embellished sandstone sherwani with a Classic Blue turban.


Titanium- Here’s a highly appealing masculine shade that is guaranteed to be a hit with bridegrooms this Spring. One look at this shade and its rich tones say it all. If you’re looking for a Spring colour that is elegant, subtle and classic then wedding wear in this shade is a must for bridegrooms. Pair it with shoes in Woodbine or even with Marsala for a drop dead hunky look. Brides, yes, this colour will make you look radiant too especially when worn with Tangerine, Custard or Marsala. We think a tangerine choli paired with an embellished titanium skirt and dupatta will look seriously sexy. This is one spring shade that works well for both morning and evening ceremonies.


Lavender Herb- Of all the colours that Palette has in its spring colour palette, the winning surprise is likely to be Lavender. It’s a lovely feminine shade that stands out and which will look great as bridesmaid wear as well. Brides who would like to tone down the pop of colour should wear Lavender Herb with either Titanium or with Custard. For an even more subtle look, wear this with Toasted Almond for any ceremonies that are held in the morning. Best of all, this shade can be worn on its own and if the embroidery chosen is of a darker purple shade mixed with silver embellishments, the final look can be beautiful to say the least. Even bridegrooms can wear a turban or dupatta in this shade with Indian wear in Titanium or Toasted Almond.

We hope you liked our 5 article series on Pantone’s Spring colours, served with an Indian twist. We would love to hear from you, so do share your suggestions and feedback with us.

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