YOUR 2014: What Colors Suit You

Take a look at the next trendy colors. To bring you the season’s most important color trends, Pantone, the global authority on color, surveyed the designers.

Placid Blue, like a picture-perfect, tranquil sky, it can bring peaceful calmness to your look. Violet Tulip is more romantic—a vintage purple that evokes wistful nostalgia. Hemlock matches well with Violet Tulip, or you can even combine all three pastels to create a gentle and calm, full look. According to the color type, these pastels are among the “cold colors.” They generally suit the summer-type people (light-colored hair, blue eyes, pale skin) best, but they are still good for winter-type people (black/dark-brown hair and eyes, pale skin).

The two neutral shades are Sand, conjuring images of the beach and the carefree days of summer; and Paloma as the quintessential neutral, color of stones. They are interesting enough to be worn alone or combined with any color for sophisticated poise.

To heat up and vivify the spring look, Cayenne, a high-pitched red, adds a dash of spicy heat to neutrals or any other color. Warming Freesia will intensify the feeling of first rays of spring sunshine. This warmth and energy helps set the stage for an optimistic Celosia Orange. You can match Cayenne with Dazzling Blue or also Cayenne with Celosia Orange, neutralizing them with Paloma.


Summer: Light-colored hair in sandy sort of shades, blue eyes, pale skin
Winter: Black/dark-brown hair and eyes, pale skin
Fall: Green, blue, or light-brown eyes, red or red-brown hair
Spring: Very bright-colored eyes, light-colored hair in vibrant colors like golden blond.


Celosia Orange, Paloma, Cayenne—great especially for fall types (brown, bright brown hair and eyes, or also green eyes).

Cayenne, Placid Blue, Paloma—the suitability of this combination is not so clear. It’s most important when worn near the face, so wearing this combination as a scarf or shirt/blouse, it would better suit the winter-type.

Freesia, Sand, Dazzling Blue—this is great for winter-type people.

Radiant Orchid, Violet Tulip, Hemlock—good for summer and winter-type people. Violet and Hemlock are more suitable for summer-types, but it’s not so definitive.

Hemlock, Freesia, Celosia Orange—this is great for spring as well as fall-type people.

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