How to transition your wardrobe for spring

Transition your wardrobe for spring

Transition your wardrobe for spring


Spring 2015 is well on its way. But does your wardrobe reflect the season change? If you’re still wearing the dark tones of winter, it’s time to bring some fresh life into your clothing!

According to the Pantone Color Report for Spring 2015, this season’s trendy colors are cooler, soft shades with understated warm tones. Translation: Look for colors found in nature during springtime. We’re talking about natural neutrals, pale pastels and muted brighter tones.

“There is a growing movement to step out and create ‘quiet zones’ to disconnect from technology and unwind, giving ourselves time to stop and be still,” said Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Color choices follow the same minimalistic, ‘en plein air’ theme, taking a cue from nature rather than being reinvented or mechanically manipulated.”

Pantone recommends incorporating shades like “aquamarine,” “toasted almond,” “strawberry ice” and “marsala” into your wardrobe this season.

If you’re ready to try some of these muted springtime shades, don’t limit yourself to solid blocks of color. These shades are a great opportunity to take advantage of the floral trend that we’ve seen so much of as of late.

It’s also easy to coordinate your accessories to these tones. The BABY-G BA111-1A with pink accents that would look great with your new spring wardrobe.

And don’t forget your nails! Harper’s Bazaar suggested trying nature-inspired shades like “seafoam green,” “blushed pink” and “peachy nude” for your manicure and pedicure this spring.


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