Sit back and take a look at the top color trends for Fall 2011. According to the Pantone Fall report, this season is filled with eye-popping hues. Fall in love with electric blues and lemon yellow as well as traditional fall colors such as creams, neutrals, and plums. While putting together your fall shopping list, make sure to look out for these hot colors.
Blue is once again a hot color for fall. You’ll find a variation of blues this season but cobalt blue appeared in almost all the fall runways. From Left to Right: Karen Walker, Louis Vuitton, Cushnie et Ochs, 3.1 Philip Lim
Usually a bright color like yellow is a bit much, but I’m thrilled to see this summer hue pour over into fall. Acid yellow, canary yellow, and mustard hues are great shades to experiment with. From left to right: Thakoon, MaxMara, Jill Sander, Karen Walker
Plum, eggplant, and purple are rich shades and perfect color choices for fall. From left to right: Nina Ricci, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Prada, Jenni Kayne
Designers played with gray this season by focusing on different textures. The feel is more luxe and modern. From left to right: Peter Som, Prabal Gurung, Donna Karan, Doo.Ri
Green this season is less military and more elegant. Love it! From left to right: 3.1 Philip Lim, Gucci, Acne
Orange is another bold color to watch out for this fall. Stick with deep, warm shades such as pumpkin and burnt orange for your fall wardrobe. From left to right: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Rachel Comey, DKNY
One can’t help but fall in love with bright and fiery red shades. Another hot hue seen in several fall runways. From left to right: Peter Som, Prabal Gurung, Prada
Magenta made an appearance this fall and this electrifying shade has surely gotten my attention. A fierce shade that can stand on its own or mix and match it with other hot shades. From left to right: Rebecca Taylor, Badgley Mischka, Jenni Kayne
Nudes and creams always looks neat and sophisticated. Combine these hues with other hot fall color trends and create several amazing looks. From left to right: Derek Lam, Rodarte, Rag & Bone
What’s your favorite color trend?