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Pantone's Spring 2014 Color Report


What do you think of Pantone's Spring 2014 Fashion Color Report?! I'll be sorry to see 2013's Emerald go. (Although I don't think it will be disappearing anytime soon.) As far as Radiant Orchid goes, it's actually a color I've never decorated with. Ever. I wear it a lot though because I like how it complements reddish / auburn hair and green eyes.

I like the Freesia and Celosia Orange that are featured in both the women's and men's report. The Paloma grey and Sand are both nice neutrals. Also, I find myself more drawn to the men's palette for the Comfrey, Magenta Purple, and Purple Haze. I like those deeper hues better than pastels.

My favorite color from the palettes? Cayenne! It's like a spicy shade of coral. Love, love, love it.

What are your likes, dislikes, and favorites? Are you more smitten with the men's palette or the women's? I love talking color! :)

Read more about the Spring 2014 Pantone Fashion Color Report here.

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