Welcome to the world of colors where you're sure to find the perfect color combination for your project. This site was built to help web developers quickly select and test web design colour combinations.
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When it comes to the best fall colors for women’s wardrobes, the differences in opinion are huge. For some folks, autumn is the perfect season to echo nature’s wardrobe and pull out those warm rusts, earthy browns, and golden yellows, shades that would have been much too overpowering for summer. On the other hand, this year’s New York Fashion Week runways have suggested an entirely different approach for fall 2014. Some attribute this radical shift to bold, bright saturated colors to be an expression of a deeper desire to make dressing up a little more fun and a little less serious.
Actually, this year’s fall color palette is a win-win selection for everyone. Realistically, not all women look their best in the typical yellow-based fall shades. Those who do are usually red-heads, women of color, and women with warm yellow skin undertones, earthy eye colors, and darker natural hair shades. Such women are stunning in yellow gold or copper jewelry and those traditional fall colors.
For something new with a traditional flare, designer Salvatore Ferragamo offers a “Bronze Medal” shade this fall that is much like dulled gold, a little less sparkle but a rich patina that will be a perfect addition to the traditional fall color lineup. Also, Versace offers “Ketchup,” a bold, undiluted and very powerful red that will work as a total statement or as a tasteful accessory purse, belt, hat or shoes.
Back on the runways, the trends are definitely leaning toward cooler, brilliant colors. For example, Pantone’s trans-seasonal shade “Aurora Red” is also a power color, but it is a little more bluish and might be a better choice for those with cooler skin tones. “Sangria” is also a grown-up red, but it suggests a hint of glamour and risk. Two purples and two blues add some romance and whimsy to the list. “Mauve Mist” is feminine and eloquent, while “Radiant Orchid” is adaptable and versatile. “Bright Cobalt” has a smidgeon of green undertones, and Pantone’s “Royal Blue” has become a popular alternative to navy. Tibi’s version of this color reminds shoppers of fresh blue jeans.