Pantone Fall Winter 2022/2023 Color Trends - Just Style LA
We have been experiencing very hot weather in LA which is normal for this time of the year, but to be honest with you, I can't wait for temperatures to get a bit cooler and for fall's arrival.  As you know I have already started showing some early fall items and will continue to do so on weekly basis. 

So I thought this would be good time to dive into the Pantone trend colors for fall and winter 2022/2023. Bear in mind that these colors are Pantone’s New York Fashion Week colors. They also do a London color card, but I think for those of us living in USA, the New York one makes more sense.

Below you can see each color with the name and a little description for each one on top. The last 5 colors are what they are calling their classics. Just like spring, there is a lot of emphasis on brighter, happier color which I personally like. But for fall I like mixing them with neutrals and darker tones.

Let me know what your thoughts are on the colors and which ones are your favorites. Which of these colors would you like to see in our fall/winter collection in our online store?
Lava Falls - A impassioned orange red with a captivating presence
Samoan Sun - It enlightens and illuminates
Orange Tiger - A whimsical shade of orange 
Rose Violet - A vivid and vibrant color, full of zing
Amazon - A lush and fertile broadleaf green
Nosegay - A fragrant floral pink that envelopes the senses
Waterspout - A cleansing color that cools and refreshes
Caramel Cafe - A delicious brown hue that tastefully tempts
Midnight - A hypnotic deep blue evocative of the evening sky
Martini Olive - A fruit inspired green tone with a touch of brine
The Core Classics
Arctic Wolf - A softly shaded tactile white
Autumn Blonde - Gently nurturing color
Polar Night - A cosmically inspired blue hue, it explores the mysteries of new horizons
Loden Frost - An earth infused green tone that calms and restores
Chiseled Stone - It displays a silent strength 

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