This spring, vibrant colors are a hit for the Spring 2020 wardrobe collection. When the frigid weather of winter is over and the days are longer, the spring collections around that time will be colorful compared to the outerwear-heaviness of fall and winter.
For Spring 2020, these hues will pack a punch to any ensemble you choose to wear from active-wear, casual-wear, or business attire. These ostentatious colors were chosen because designers chose pastels for the first part of the Spring 2019 collection and cleansed the palate with black, brown, navy, mustard, and burgundy. This spring collection, however, may inspire you to go bold with this new color scheme. The Spring 2020 wardrobe consists of the vibrant colors that are listed below.
Highlighter neon is the bomb for this spring’s collection. These ostentatiously vibrant colors know how to make a flashy entrance on the runway or on the street. They are not subtle hues, but they blend well with white, brown and black accents.
Golden yellow has been declared as the color for this spring’s wardrobe collection. This rich hue has been presented as not only an accent color but as a head-to-toe look that has a cheery way of welcoming the first days of spring. This color will pair well with white, brown, navy, and black as ensemble accents.
For those of you who cannot quit pastels for this spring, you should try the lighter colors on the citrusy side. Pale yellow has been seen on the runway as a breezy silhouette from an over-sized blouse to a tunic. This pale yellow color will pair well with white, brown, navy, bold green, gray, and black as ensemble accents.
Hot pink is an ostentatious color, like neon colors, for the Spring 2020 wardrobe collection. This color may not be subtle, but it does a good job attracting eyes to people who wear hot pink in their casual-wear or business attire. Hot pink is provocative and bold much like a bright red blouse being paired with neutral colors. This color is good to mix with white, brown and black accents.
Bright orange is a color that will give your closet a boost of attention. This color may not be subtle, but it does a good job attracting people’s eyes when you wear bright orange in your casual-wear or business attire. Bright orange is provocative and bold as a statement piece. This color is good to pair with other cheery shades as well as with white, brown and black.
Saffron is an amber coloring that sits in between orange and yellow. It is a flavorful color that will fit with the rest of the vibrant colors in the spring selection. Saffron is a good color to pair with white, brown, navy, and black.
Burnt-orange is a great color for your wardrobe as you transition from your fluffy, warm sweaters into spring’s sunnier weather. This color also works just as well in the fall with its warmer and darker hues as it does with its brighter and cheerier ones this spring.
Fiery red, according to Maya Adivi from Glowsly.com, “is one of the most vibrant colors of the Pantone Spring 2020 color trends to come out of the London Fashion Week.” Fiery red can stand alone without accent colors in the form of a sexy evening dress or accessories. However, this color is also used as a statement piece to make black trousers and rainbow skirts stand out more. Fiery red can also pair well with white, brown and black accents.
White is the lightest color and it is not like other colors, which means it has no hue unlike other colors. This color is essentially the absence of color that means you cannot mix another color to create white. White is an eye-catcher, but it is subtle unlike neon colors which are ostentatious. This color is a good color to pair with any ensemble color from neon blazers to saffron slacks.
Lime green is a bright green color that resembles that of a lime. This color is essentially like a neon color, but with more subtlety. Lime green is a good color to pair with ensemble colors like white, brown, black and bold green as accents to this color.
Bold green is a saturated green that makes other colors pop. This color is used as a statement piece to make black trousers, orange t-shirts, and rainbow skirts stand out. Bold green can also stand out with other accent colors like white, pink and brown.
Mint green is a variable of mixing light green with a bluer and stronger green coloring, but paler and slightly yellower than serpentine. This color is a refreshing addition to your spring collection after months of winter’s frigid air. You could wear this color head-to-toe, or you could find a single piece to pair with classic pastels, white, brown, and black.
Turquoise is a blueish-green color that has both a vibrant and calming allure for individuals who wear this color in a casual or a professional setting. This color is a refreshing addition to your spring collection after months of winter’s frigidity. Turquoise is a good color to blend with white, brown, navy, and black accents.
Lilac is a pale violet tone that resembles most lilac flowers. The color is also described of having a dark mauve or a light blue tint in this vivid color. Lilac is a good color to pair with white, brown, navy, and black accents.
Lavender is a light tone of violet, which is named after the floral lavender. There are other shades of lavender that range in hues from a pinkish-purple to a blueish-indigo. This color can also range from pale to light and light to medium with grayish shades mixed in. Lavender is a good color to pair with white, navy and black accents.
These spring hues will pack a punch to any ensemble that you choose to wear from active-wear, casual-wear, or business attire. This spring’s vibrant colors are a hit that you should stock up for this year.
My name is Kaitlin Felder. I graduated from Missouri Southern State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional/Technical Writing in May 2019.