Color Palettes

Color Predictions: Spring 2010

Spring has almost sprung and I’m really looking forward to warmer weather and brighter colors! I’m terribly behind schedule with bringing you the Spring 2010 color predictions but better late than never, eh?

Every season, the fashion world is inspired by a new palette of colors and this palette usually dictates what we see in stores and what eventually become popular color trends. Here’s a roundup of this season’s hues and what the pros have to say about them…

wedding colors for spring 2010: red, violet

Tomato Purée: This season’s classic red.
Violet: A romantic shade, invoking the scent of blossoming flowers.

wedding colors for spring 2010: amparo blue, pink champagne

Amparo Blue: Bright and energetic. Spring’s version of Navy.
Pink Champagne:  A delicate neutral.

wedding colors for spring 2010: turquoise, dried herb

Turquoise: A vibrant, tropical shade (see how we recently used it here).
Dried Herb: Can be used as a neutral, works well with most colors (see how we recently used it here).

wedding colors for spring 2010: bright yellow

Aurora: A gleaming and energetic yellow.

wedding colors for spring 2010: beige, coral

Eucalyptus: Think of it as this Season’s gray.
Fusion Coral: This season’s energetic orange.

Photo Credits:
row 1: Tanja Lippert via Style Me PrettyJ. Crew
row 2: Akira Isogawa Spring 2010 Collection via Eat Drink Chic
row 3: Connie M. Chung via Utterly EngagedBoutique Bonheur
row 4: Orange Girl Photographs via Classic Bride
row 5: J. Crew

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