Fall Winter 2014-15 Color Trends from Fashion Snoops

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Inspiring colors from Fashion Snoops, a global resource for style-related insights into the fashion industry. Today I’m sharing the top 10 color trends they’re forecasting in womenswear for the 2014-2015 Autumn/Winter season.

“For Fall / Winter 2014-15 we’ve divided our women’s colors into families by tones, including Soft, Bright, Neutral, Jewel and Metallic. Jewel Tones become the most influential by far, with highlights including several red options from cranberry to crimson, along with honey mustard and cooler shades of teal, orchid and cobalt. Also influential are the Soft Tones, which rely primarily upon pastel shades like dusty rose, while neutrals like peachy nude are also present. The Brights, which have been so popular in recent seasons, are scaled back, while prerequisite pops of blood orange compliment cobalt. A wide range of Neutrals zero in on toffee as a favorite.”

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Blood Orange
Blood Orange
fw15_COBALT
Cobalt
fw15_CRANBERRY
Cranberry
fw15_CRIMSON
Crimson
fw15_DUSTY-ROSE
Dusty Rose
fw15_HONEY-MUSTARD
Honey Mustard
fw15_ORCHID
Orchid
fw15_PEACHY-NUDE
Peachy Nude
fw15_TEAL
Teal
fw15_TOFFEE
Toffee

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  1. Oh I love mustard clothing although I’ve only ever worn it once. I secretly hope it becomes more mainstream like the cranberry has done. Thanks for sharing, Susan x

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