Pantone Spring Summer 2022 Color Trends
I know we are in the middle of winter and experiencing pretty cold weather conditions in certain parts of the country. But the good news is spring is just around the corner and I think we need to start looking at what is trending color wise for spring and summer.
In fact I have already been working on product development and purchasing for spring/summer season for a while. In the recent blog posts, I have shown items that are transitional and you can take most of them into spring.
So I thought this would be good time to dive into the Pantone trend colors for spring and summer of 2022. 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. The last 4 colors are what they are calling their classics.
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?
Spun Sugar - A sweetened pastel with an airy nature
Gossamer Pink - Soft and powdery with a light and tender touch
Innuendo - It has high visibility and it sends a tantalizing message
Skydiver - It inspires us to new heights
Daffodil - Its joyful and it connects us to spontaneity of a spring garden
Glacier Lake - Calming and cooling, it conveys serenity
Harbor Blue - It reflects our search for a safe place
Coca Mocha - It warms the spirit
Dahlia - It is a stand-out purple exuding a dynamic vibe
Poinciana - A commanding heated red, makes a dynamic statement
Snow White - A clean and pure white, expressive of our desire for simplicity
Perfectly Pale - A subtle sandy beige, soothing comfort of a inviting beach
Basil - Sweet and savory, it emanates health and wellness
Northern Droplet - A pale gray that instills feelings of tranquility
Poppy Seed - The silent power of a deep gray, it has timeless familiarity