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Wear the Pantone Color of the Year on your fingertips.
Welcome the New Year by painting the 2020 Pantone Color of the Year, Classic Blue, on your digits. Its deep, calming hue looks sophisticated. READ: You can lower your stress levels by just staring at your hands, LOL! Kidding aside, we think
Because Pantone said so.
We don't blame you for being excited over 2020's Pantone color of the year, classic blue. We are, too, and we can't wait to fill our closets and beauty collection with this cool, relaxing hue. To get you started, we gathered a
Pantone goes back to basics with their new color of the year for 2020!
To close out the 2010s, Pantone named the warm and vibrant Living Coral 2019’s color of the year. Other hues to have been bestowed the same honor in the past include 2018’s Ultra Violet, 2017's Greenery, and 2016’s Serenity and Rose Quartz.
It’s never too early to sport Pantone’s color of the year!
Pantone just announced that Classic Blue is the official color of 2020, and we’re already thinking of how to incorporate it into our outfits. Described as "a timeless and enduring blue hue elegant in its simplicity," the calming shade is easy to
We can't wait to work it into our OOTDs!
It's signed, sealed, and official: Pantone's Color of the Year 2020 is Classic Blue!The enchanting, dusky hue is described on the institute's official website as "a timeless and enduring blue hue." It adds: "PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is elegant in its simplicity. Suggestive
It's time to get onboard!
In all honesty, we couldn't be happier that Pantone's official Color of the Year 2019 is Living Coral. We're literally, like, living for it. Whether or not you've always loved this spirited yet calming shade, it's about time you start figuring out
Timeless picks in the coming year's trendiest hue!
In case you missed it, it's official: Living Coral has been crowned Pantone's Color of the Year 2019! Aptly described as "An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge," this vibrant yet
Even celebrities agree that this color is ready to take over.
ICYMI, Pantone announced its color of the year for 2019: Living Coral. The sight of this vibrant orange hue alone immediately got the beauty junkie in us giddy, taking our 2018 obsession for peachy shades to a whole new level. Before the
Living Coral is slated to take over.
We're seeing an end to Millennial Pink's reign as the hottest hue, thanks to a vibrant yet mellow color on the rise: Say hello to Living Coral! The orangey hue has officially been proclaimed as Pantone's Color of the Year for 2019."Pantone
How to wear 2018’s choice color in your #FOTDs.
New year, new makeup stash! In the wake of the very universally flattering millennial pink, this year’s chosen Pantone hue is a very polarizing shade for beauty girls. Whether you’re panicking (how to actually wear this?!) or celebrating (yasss alien lipstick is
The future is...
It's time to make room in your closet for everything Ultra Violet. The regal hue is announced to be 2018's Pantone color of the year, succeeding last year's color of the year, Greenery.Pantone chose this blue-based purple for its enigmatic symbolism of
Try harder, Greenery.
Aside from its perpetual reputation as a sweetheart shade, pink is also associated with high fashion (Elsa Schiaparelli’s creations rendered in Pepto-Bismol pink), the punk subculture (“Pink is Punk” as the saying goes), and the crusade for breast cancer awareness.And then comes
Pantone officially made its announcement.
Pantone has finally made their annual Color of the Year announcement, and their choice for 2017 has the upcoming year already looking bright. Ladies and gents, meet your new shade obsession: Greenery.IMAGE PantonePantone describes Greenery as "a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade"
Get your holiday outfit ideas right here.
After all the fashion weeks, from Milan to Paris to New York and London, we now round up the major colors that will bring attention to your holiday wardrobe this year. Color authority Pantone schools us on the hottest shades that ruled the runways
If you don't eat kale, maybe you can dress like it?
Upon the conclusion of this year's New York Fashion Week for Spring 2017, Pantone has released its overview of what could be the trendiest colors for the upcoming season. And from the looks of it, 2016's penchant for the cool and collected will move
Here are 5 things you need to know about the It color.
Pink is coming on strong as this year’s most popular color, and you don’t even have to be a certified culturati to figure that out. Although Pantone named both Rose Quartz and Serenity as the official colors of 2016, it’s quite obvious
It's officially our new favorite color.
To be honest, even if Serenity wasn’t named one of Pantone’s 2016 colors of the year, we would still hoard anything and everything in this cool hue. Reminding us of summer, the sky, and sea, it’s such a calming and pleasing color
As the title of Molly Ringwald’s 1986 flick suggests, everything looks prettier in pink. This year, with Pantone naming two pastel hues as 2016’s colors of the year, all things light and rosy make a major comeback with Rose Quartz taking one
Ring in the New Year with a burst of pastel!
Pantone, the standardized color matching system, has already given us their official list of 2016’s colors of the year, naming Rose Quartz and Serenity as the successors of this year’s Marsala. However, that isn’t the only thing they’re releasing as they just
Say Granada Sky instead of blue.
At front and center is one of the new Pantone colors, Granada Sky.As color is crucial in the business of fashion, Style Bible can't wait to share that Pantone—THE color authority (they sell those booklets of swatches that interior decorators flip through)—has concocted 210