The thing about color trends for 2020 is that they’re kind of all over the map. But this isn’t a bad thing! In fact, it’s totally in line with the fact that we’re in an anything-goes era, meaning designers are keyed into the fact that individuality is key — thus, they’re delivering on options to please a range of tastes, moods, and aesthetics. While Spring and Summer’s colors are coming bold and bright, ranging from peppy pastels (dandelion, orange sherbet, and pistachio) to ultra-pigmented colors (poppy red, sky blue, emerald, and bubblegum pink), there’s a way to give each one a try whether you’re the type to rock variant shades head-to-toe, go for a vibrant colorblock outfit, or wear mostly neutrals but like to incorporate color by way of a small accent or accessory
1. Flame Scarlet
Bold, bright, warm and energetic, this fiery red hue exudes confidence and unquestionably makes a sartorial statement.
2. Faded Denim
This blue shade is as reliable and dependable as your go-to pair of jeans. The approachable hue conveys comfort and ease and looks chic when paired with bold and vibrant colors.
3. Biscay Green
Last spring we saw pistachio and lime green hues dominate our feeds. This year, it’s all about a cool and refreshing aqua shade. This is definitely one of the most unexpected yet dominant shades we saw on the runway. Wear it with any shade of pink for the prettiest springtime look.
4. Coral Pink
Combining the warmth of coral with the delicacy of pink, this soothing, feminine hue is chic to wear both day and night—perfect for evening affairs when it comes in textured fabrics, such as silk, sequins, and tulle.
The vivid shade of orangey-yellow adds a bold touch to your outfit exuding an optimistic outlook. The runways showcased the flavorful shade in head-to-toe looks.
Another shade of green for good measure! But this time the shade is much darker, richer and herbaceous. Chive actually serves as a great neutral hue and pairs beautifully with a plethora of colors— especially saffron. Give it a go in luxury leather as seen on the runways.
It wouldn’t be spring or summer without a heavy dose of white to get us in the warm-weather mood. And the S/S 20 runways were replete with head-to-toe blanc looks—varying in textures and shades from subtle oyster mushroom to brilliant and bright white. You’ll never go wrong with the neutral shade in any fabrication from satin to lace.