Seasonal color palettes are a thing and we’re now looking for spring color trends. While fall hues reflect the changing leaves — think warm burgundy, mustard yellow, rust orange, and tree bark brown. Spring colors, on the other hand, inspire us for the warmer months ahead, and include soft sunshine yellow, as well as baby pinks and blues.
Fashion cliches are cliche for a reason — and spring color trends (as well as other seasonal palettes) are no exception. They’re tried, true, and worn over and over because they inspire us to shed the somber mood of winter wardrobe and have fun with fashion again with spring color trends.
So, here are the top 5 spring color trends that are going to be super hot in 2023.
Not that anyone would care, but I’m obsessed with lavendar and this obsession pretty much started last year. Lavender is a great neutral color and there are so many fun ways to incorporate it in your everyday look:. From fashion pieces, jackets, bags, shoes, jewelry, scarves, etc.
I mean, how classically cool for spring would a pair of lavender sunglasses and a lavender scarf with a classic white T-shirt and denim jeans be?”
It’s the perfect fit for most pieces in your wardrobe and will easily bring your SQ (style quotient) up a few notches.
Green is super versatile, easy to style, and some of the season’s standout looks look best in green. And we’re not talking about just any shade of green; think olives, acid lime-ish and blue-green/teal tones, there is a green shade for everyone.
“Even neutrals are getting a green undertone this season, with ‘Green Hint’ becoming a key Athleisure look, including translating into retro joggers and canvas sneakers. Some may say it’s not easy being green, but this season, it’s my go-to hue!”
Pastel Pink is the lit color of the season. Casual to formal and even bridal, pastel pink has everyone glowing and is a great transitional color. Elegant silk blouses and lightweight sweaters in fresh, light pink shades, is such a fun play to try this at this time of the year!
EVERY SHADE OF BLUE
There are so many shades of blue, some flattering ones, some that are not too in-your-face and then there are those that make you stop and turn your head to look at it one more time. Mixing and matching different shades of blue can be a fun fashion move.
Imagine a monochromatic look, wearing different shades of blue from head to toe. And when you want to tone all that blue down, add some cream or white.
Orangish-red is such a funky tone and an unexpected one. I personally think it looks great with muted and neutral basics as well as bright tones to add that pop to your outfit. So whether it’s a bag you want to carry or a pair of heels you want to wear, you will look chic and stylish.