WHAT NEW COLORS ARE NEW FOR 2022?
- Scarlet blaze
- Stick of cinnamon
- Blue denim
- Green Biscay
The Pantone Color Institute, a famous international authority on color, predicts relevant, pleasant, and easy-to-wear trends for the spring and summer of 2020. We offer the hottest new colors that adorn the year of flawless eyesight, from orange peel, saffron, and strong fire reds like flame scarlet to classic blues and more modest tones like sunshine and practical chive. Now is the time to stock up on gorgeous colors to start the new year off correctly.
IN 2022, THE MOST POPULAR COLORS
According to Pantone, the flaming red known as flame scarlet represents drive and confidence. Given its appearance on the attention-getting dresses and gowns we saw on runways all around the world, we can’t help but agree. Orange peel is another flaming trend that is lively and tart without being as loud as neon orange. Prada expertly blended it with mint green, another significant color trend expected in 2022. Saffron is a vivid and vibrant golden hue, similar to the eponymous herb, which we saw on dresses and gowns all around.
Denim blue, chive, cinnamon stick, and Biscay green are among the most popular muted hues. Sunlight and coral pink will be in popularity, which will please fans of pleasant and delicate hues.
THE MEANINGS OF COLORS
The most popular 2020 spring/summer colors are divided into three categories: strong and brilliant, dainty pastels, and muted, quiet tones.
VIBRANT AND BOLD
Flame scarlet and saffron merit special consideration in this area.
This hue is strong, brilliant, and dynamic, exuding resolve and making an undeniably striking statement. We saw dresses in this hue on the runway by Tory Burch and other well-known designers.
This yellow is somewhere between golden and mustard, with a preference towards the former. On the runways, cinched dotted gowns in this hue stood out. The vibrant tone will provide a dramatic touch to any ensemble, especially if you dare to wear a full-length saffron gown with matching spectacular accessories. Balenciaga and Sally Lapointe are among the designers who love this hue for 2022.
PASTELS WITH LUXURY
The most notable hue in this group was sunshine, a bright and cheery yellow color. Others were coral pink and white, to name a few.
This light, cheerful yellow generates feelings of excitement and happiness. It’s a simple and relaxing method to work with color. Sherri Hill’s captivating V-neck fitted fringe dresses in this tone are available at Rimolin. Glow-in-the-dark beads adorn the long sheath dresses. Long sleeves, a plunging V-neckline, and a racy cutaway back complete the look. Bead fringes are the perfect finishing touch, adding luxurious glitz to any ensemble.
The color coral pink ranges from happy and mild to mature and seductive. On the runways, Brandon Maxwell’s long satin slips stood out. Christopher Kane and Tory Burch both had coral gowns that made an impact. Coral’s calming influence is combined with pink’s grace and delicacy in this color. This soft, feminine shade works well in evening dresses made of silk, tulle, and other textured materials.
Colors Dress‘s lace-embroidered A-line dresses in this fabric and this hot hue are available at RIMOLIN. The dresses have a sculpted bodice with a strapless sweetheart neckline and a racy open back and are embellished with lace embroidery. Embroideries run the length of the pleated skirt, which is complemented with embroideries at the waist.
White was everywhere on the S/S 20 runways, in tones ranging from bright, blinding white to more subtle colors like egg white and oyster mushroom. White in any fabric, from lace to silk and satin, is a must-have in 2020. Full-length white dresses from Givenchy and Isabel Marant shone on runways throughout the world.
If white is your favorite color and you’re searching for a bold gown for prom or any special occasion, go no further than Portia and Scarlett’s stunning transparent appliqué bodice gown with side slit in bright white. This lovely, romantic piece of art is decorated with 3D flower appliqués and is fully made of mesh and buried in glitter. The attractive waistline falls into a fitting skirt. A sultry thigh-high slit ties the entire ensemble together.
TONES THAT ARE GLAMOROUS, MUTED, AND CURRENT
Cool Biscay green, traditional denim blue, exotic tones such as cinnamon stick and chive, and a phantasm of warm, earthy brown tones such as chocolate and mahogany make up our last group.
BISCAY GREEN BISCAY GREEN BISCAY GREEN
The colors of autumn 2021 were lime green and pistachio. Biscay green, a highly sought-after minty green named after the Spanish bay, will reign supreme in the spring and summer of 2022. The runways were unexpectedly dominated by the pleasant, calm blue tint. Combine it with coral pink for a stunning spring appearance. The hue is favored by Victoria Beckham, Balenciaga, and Jovani.
JVN by Jovani’s Biscay green V-neckline sheath gowns are available at RIMOLIN. The sculpted bodices with V-necklines and draped accents draw emphasis to curves in the silky sheath gowns. The sheath skirt flows to the floor, culminating in a stunning sweep train.
DENIM IN BLUE
The tried-and-true blue hue is back in style. It exudes ease and comfort, and when paired with a bold color of your choice, it will appear stylish. On the runways, this hue was seen on gowns and dresses by Sies Marjan Mugler, Victor Virgile, and Carolina Herrera.
Rimolin has Jovani sleeveless evening gowns with transparent upper backs. Front and center, plunging V-necklines dazzle, while the sheer upper back and sides offer eye-catching highlights. The breast, waist, and hips are sculpted with sleek lines.
STICK OF CINNAMON
This earthy, burnt-orange shade is available in elegant evening gowns from Rimolin . Full-length evening dresses featuring sweetheart necklines, spaghetti straps, and flowing, pleated A-line skirts are available from Jovani.
Last but not least, on the spring and summer 2022 runways, designers like as Givenchy and Kate Spade embraced chive, a dark, rich, herbaceous hue of green.
We hope you like the vibrant new hues as much as we do. Here’s to another year of great clothes and memorable experiences.