Each new season, Pantone offers the world a vibrant color palette to build their lives around. If you’re looking for decor or wardrobe inspiration, look no further than the company’s fall 2015 color forecast, which it calls “an umbrella of accord that weaves earthy neutrals with a range of bold color statements and patterns to reflect a landscape of hope, fun, fantasy and all things natural.”
In other words: some really pretty hues. Below, take a look at the season’s hottest shades according to this year’s fall color forecast, paired with a little shopping inspiration!
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Marsala holds the honor of being named the 2015 Color of the Year, and Oak Buff has a neutral charm that enables it to fit seamlessly into any fall wardrobe.
//Long Cardigan, $35; Longchamp Tote, $125; H&M Dress, $18; BP Ribbon Trim Floppy Hat, $28; Jennifer Lopez Ankle Booties, $75; Vince Camuto Pumps, $60; Stuart Weitzman Boots, $875; American Apparel Jean, $78
2Amethyst Orchid//Cadmium Orange
Amethyst Orchid and Cadmium Orange are cheerful enough to offset the earlier sunsets and darker clothing colors the season brings while providing a pop of spring vibes.
//Eileen Fisher Dress, $159; Butter London Nail Lacquer, $15; BP Pointed Flats, $49.95; J.Crew Side-Slit Sweater, $34.99; J.Crew T-Shirt, $29.50; Kate Spade Satchel, $298; David Yurman Ring, $675, Nike Sneakers, $85
3Stormy Weather//Reflecting Pond
Stormy Weather and Reflecting Pond are a creative twist on more traditional seasonal colors, as they’re neutral enough to match just about anything but striking enough to stand out on their own.
4Desert Sage//Dried Herb
The calming vibes of Desert Sage and Dried Herb make for the perfect excuse to snatch up as many utility jackets and button-ups as your heart desires!
5Cashmere Rose//Biscay Bay
These shades bring a bit of femininity to the palette and offer another vibrant break from the more understated hues that show up in the colder months.