The Top Color Trends For 2018 In Fashion

If you’re trying to keep in touch with the latest fashion trends, it’s time to put your 2017 favorites away and start looking at what’s ahead for 2018. Deep, muted hues and largely utilitarian garments are going away in favor of brighter shades and bolder choices overall. If you’re the type that likes turning heads and making a statement, you’re really going to shine this year! It all starts with your color choices of course, and it looks as if there’s going to be a lot of room for dazzling aesthetics this year. With that said, here are the top color trends for 2018:

1 – Orange

Based upon a truly stunning look from a recent Calvin Klein fashion show, orange is going to be a major leader this year! You should feel free to flaunt the richest shade of orange possible on all of your primary clothing, shoes, bags, and other accessories. You can even use two different shades between the likes of a long flowing coat and handbag for just a slight hint of visual variety. If you’d like to keep your outfits just a bit more reserved however, consider a black top with orange skirts or boots.

2 – Yellow

If orange is just a bit too strong for your liking, yellow is also in this year. “The brighter the better” is still the trend, but there’s plenty of room for variation and catering to personal taste between the likes of lemon, mustard, marigold, and beyond. Yellow will give your outfits a cheerier, more upbeat attitude. If you’re still hesitant to go all out however, you might want to start off with just a yellow handbag or shoes worn alongside otherwise neutral colors. Dresses with intricate patterns or prints that use yellow as a base should also do the trick.

3 – Lavender

Lavender may be more up your alley if you’re interested in bright clothing that’s still a bit more muted overall. You can go all out with lavender head to toe, or offset it with richer purples, teal, mint green, or the good old standbys of black and white. A long sleeved lavender sweater worn underneath a t-shirt during the colder months is a great way to introduce this color into your repertoire, as is a bold pair of lavender leggings.

4 – Neutral

If you don’t want to play ball with the rising trend of brighter, cheerier tones at all, you’ll still look just as stylish with overall neutrally toned outfits. Tan, cream, and beige should be focused on over dark browns. It’s going to be hard to go wrong with something like a black pair of jeans or skirt worn alongside a beige top.

By sticking within those general confines, you’ll have all you need to remain fashionable. Your choice of color when designing your clothing label is equally as important! Make your design stand out from all others with a contrasting woven or printed label that showcases your logo and brand identity. Even a bright heat transfer label will help to establish your design. Don’t worry too much about whether the color matches or blends with the fabric of the clothing. There are no rules! The top color trends of 2018 may evolve a bit more as the year marches on, but these choices will certainly be prevalent until the summer. It’s all about experimenting a bit to find your own signature twist from here!

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If you're trying to keep in touch with the latest fashion trends, it's time to put your 2017 favorites away and start looking at what's ahead for 2018. Deep, muted hues and largely utilitarian garments are going away in favor of brighter shades and bolder choices overall. If you're the type that likes turning heads and making a statement, you're really going to shine this year! It all starts with your color choices of course, and it looks as if there's going to be a lot of room for dazzling aesthetics this year. With that said, here are the top color trends for 2018: 1 - Orange Based upon a truly stunning look from a recent Calvin Klein fashion show, orange is going to be a major leader this year! You should feel free to flaunt the richest shade of orange possible on all of your primary clothing, shoes, bags, and other accessories. You can even use two different shades between the likes of a long flowing coat and handbag for just a slight hint of visual variety. If you'd like to keep your outfits just a bit more reserved however, consider a black top with orange skirts or boots. 2 - Yellow If orange is just a bit too strong for your liking, yellow is also in this year. "The brighter the better" is still the trend, but there's plenty of room for variation and catering to personal taste between the likes of lemon, mustard, marigold, and beyond. Yellow will give your outfits a cheerier, more upbeat attitude. If you're still hesitant to go all out however, you might want to start off with just a yellow handbag or shoes worn alongside otherwise neutral colors. Dresses with intricate patterns or prints that use yellow as a base should also do the trick. 3 - Lavender Lavender may be more up your alley if you're interested in bright clothing that's still a bit more muted overall. You can go all out with lavender head to toe, or offset it with richer purples, teal, mint green, or the good old standbys of black and white. A long sleeved lavender sweater worn underneath a t-shirt during the colder months is a great way to introduce this color into your repertoire, as is a bold pair of lavender leggings. 4 - Neutral If you don't want to play ball with the rising trend of brighter, cheerier tones at all, you'll still look just as stylish with overall neutrally toned outfits. Tan, cream, and beige should be focused on over dark browns. It's going to be hard to go wrong with something like a black pair of jeans or skirt worn alongside a beige top. By sticking within those general confines, you'll have all you need to remain fashionable. Your choice of color when designing your clothing label is equally as important! Make your design stand out from all others with a contrasting woven or printed label that showcases your logo and brand identity. Even a bright heat transfer label will help to establish your design. Don’t worry too much about whether the color matches or blends with the fabric of the clothing. There are no rules! The top color trends of 2018 may evolve a bit more as the year marches on, but these choices will certainly be prevalent until the summer. It's all about experimenting a bit to find your own signature twist from here!
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