2014 Spring Fashion Colours
1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 Lets take a look at the best looks for Spring 2014 and its most wearable colors. Black and Whites: this classic combination will be staying with us as we move into Spring and Summer, but with slight adjustments to freshen up the look. BCBG Max Azria’s line has replaced black with light greys or blues. If you want to try a more neutral look, add in fun colorful prints or floral patterns to add a little punch. Colours: Spring is traditionally a time for pastel colors but this year the combinations will differ. For many designers, icy pastels and pinks were paired with blacks and whites, while others went for a more casual look by using metallic and pastels together, as seen on the runway from Prabal Gurung and Jason Wu. In Pantone’s color report for Spring/Summer 2014, Leatrice Eiseman spoke about the ability to experiment with different color combinations. The great thing about pastels is that you can find a color which suits you perfectly and then match the style with your silhouette. Yellow is going to be seen a lot in many different variations—if you’re feeling loud, throw on a full skirted yellow dress. Yellows will range from light pastels to bright or mustard shades. Greys, muted blues and blacks make for a great accent color to offset the louder yellow pieces. Silhouettes will be very important this Spring and Summer, with crop tops, long shorts and light knits, making it all the more important to pick a color combination which suits you. And hey don’t be afraid to combine lighter pastel tones to make a uniformed statement.