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What do you think is the IN Color for the upcoming season?

  1. morningglory24 profile image60
    morningglory24posted 6 years ago

    What do you think is the IN Color for the upcoming season?

  2. LisaMarie724 profile image78
    LisaMarie724posted 6 years ago

    I'm thinking lots of peachy corals, everyone looks amazing in those colors.

    1. morningglory24 profile image60
      morningglory24posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I totally agree, love coral!

  3. Au fait profile image91
    Au faitposted 6 years ago

    Here in the states, the latest 2012 spring colors are forecast to be tangerine, mint, citron yellow, kelly green, and coral pink.  So LisaMarie was correct and probably found the answer in 30 seconds on Google just like I did. wink

    Much depends on what country you are talking about.  Not every country follows the U.S. when it comes to fashion, or the latest fashion colors, so the most popular colors in some countries may be different than here.

    Sorry LisaMarie, but I am a person who does not look good in peach or coral.  Burnt orange is it, or avoid oranges and golds and their derivatives totally for me.  Bright, true colors (fuchsia, electric blue, purple, kelly green, and blue reds) are my best friends, and I stick with them no matter what the latest fashion may be.

    As my hub on fashionistas and trend setters says, I wear what I like and what I feel comfortable in.  I really don't care whether it's the latest fashion or not.

    1. LisaMarie724 profile image78
      LisaMarie724posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Yah!! lol I actually just guessed but that's great because I'll find a lot of cute stuff in the stores in those colors.  I actually have the opposite problem, blues and greens don't look good with my skin tone at all.

  4. daktari profile image61
    daktariposted 6 years ago

    Black and white is always IN...and for the upcoming season, mint green!

    1. lisasuniquevoice profile image75
      lisasuniquevoiceposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      dktari,
      Black and white is in again, you're right. Mint green is still out there. I see people wearing it often.. Bright candy colors round out the color palet for Spring 2013.
      Lisa

  5. AEvans profile image79
    AEvansposted 6 years ago

    Coral Pink and bright colors. There is also a blend of pastels which is brilliant! smile

  6. katyzzz profile image60
    katyzzzposted 6 years ago

    The corals, watermelon and their various shades, and the misty blues and pastel greens of all shades, colour is definitely in, farewell to black and good riddance.

    1. morningglory24 profile image60
      morningglory24posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Color is the new black! lol.. Well maybe not, but I love the juicy vibrant colors like you mentioned. Bright but not neon, and sophisticated.

 
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