Some colors match while others clash, but both can be the height of fashion. Whether you believe blue and green should never be seen, or you’re living life in color, these color pairings are undoubtedly fierce. Let’s take a look at the top color pairings from Spring 2018.
Black and White
A classic duo, black and white made it’s way down the runway more than any other color combination. Andrew Gn’s white dress shirt with black accents is perfect for bringing some elegance to professional attire, while Brooks Brothers white suit with black seems and window pane top was made for powerful women. Christian Dior’s checkered dress and fur coat is ideal for dance the night away on a cold night, and Naeem Khan’s floral robe, bustier, and trousers are great for entertaining at home. Norma Kamali’s track suits and tunics are the height of athleisure
Pop in black and white with these fabrics:
Fiery Red and Powder Blue
The intensity of fiery red was juxtaposed beautifully against the calming tone of powder blue this season. Anrealge’s matching blouse and trousers depict the beauty of this elegant combination. Caronlina Herrera’s zebra ball gown is perfect for standing out in a crowd, while Juicy Couture’s tracksuit is stunning whether you’re running track or late for a meeting with old friends. No. 21’s fiery red and powder blue ensemble was meant for strutting your stuff down the city streets, and Temperley London’s romantic depiction of this duo is ideal for a date with an old flame, invoking the passion of deep love and the calm contentment of seeing someone you’ve known for a long time.
Start the fire with these fabrics:
Fuchsia and Blue
Fuchsia and blue may not seem like a pleasing combination, but they are in fact the colors of dawn, as the sun starts to peak out on the horizon and the blue sky is infused with deep reddish pinks, casting a soft light over the land. Alessandra Rich’s dress invokes that exact image, of flowers blooming in the early morning light. Casely Hayford’s simple blouse and trousers are ideal for early morning walks through botanical gardens, while Fenty x Puma’s sheer blue dress with fuchsia seams was made for beach bonfires. Simonetta Ravizza’s blue skirt suit and fuchsia fur linings fights back the chill on a cold Spring evening, and Veronique Leroy’s blue and fuchsia dress is ideal for walking through the wind, the dress fluttering around your ankles and caressing your thighs.
Find yourself in fuchsia and blue with these fabrics:
Pink and Red
Spring is the season of blooming love, which is why these classic Valentine’s Day colors were so popular this season. Brandon Maxwell’s romantic maxi skirt and turtleneck are ideal for dramatic ball dancing, while Dolce & Gabbana’s suit can take the lead. Giorgio Armani’s sweet blazer is ideal for a flirtatious look on a cool day, and Isa Arfen’s pink tunic over red pants is perfect for a day of self-care. PArsons MFA’s pink sweater and red pants are the ideal first date attire, perfect for sipping coffee and discussing your passions with a stranger.
Pair these fabrics:
White and Gold
White and gold are the classiest combination of all time. Albino Teodoro’s draped dress shows off these classic colors in a complimentary fashion. Alessandra Rich’s gold blazer and sequined white skirt are perfect for business brunches, while Fausto Puglisi combines the tough aesthetic of a leather jacket with the elegance of white and gold to create a beautiful garment perfect for taking a walking tour of a famous city. Sharon Wauchob’s gold raincoat and white blouse are ideal for making the best of a rainy day, while Vanessa Seward’s gold pants and white blouse catch the sunlight even on the darkest of days.
Meet the gold standard with these fabrics:
What’s your favorite color pairing? Let me know in the comments!