With the wrap up of New York Fashion Week this week, fashionistas and design lovers alike were atwitter with the Spring 2015 trends. In lieu of the dramatic "Radiant Orchid," we're seeing cool, minimalist hues and warm, subtle neutrals from both New York Fashion Week and Pantone's announcement of Spring 2015's color palette. The emphasis on colors derived from nature pulls us away from Spring 2014's heavier, more stylized hues, and we're totally on board!
Called "En Plein Air," the Spring 2015 collection of colors works uses a calming, ethereal tone meant to take us away from the busy hustle and bustle of the outside world. These "quiet zones," blend both cool greens and blues with warmer neutrals to create the balance we all crave after a long day. The Spring 2015 fashion trends incorporate "En Plein Air"-- for perfect examples of the blending of the Spring 2015 colors, check out BCBGMAXAZRIA, Monique Lhuillier, or Betsey Johnson's runway looks.
We're expecting to see "En Plein Air" this Spring at Natural Beauties Floral. We're already planning weddings with muted palettes, creating a soft, natural look that makes simple, gorgeous arrangements for any bride. While black has always been a popular wedding color, we're definitely noticing a lot more of Pantone's "Glacier Gray," for bridesmaid dresses and fabrics. Blushes, whites, and cool blues are also gaining popularity for spring weddings, and we have Pantone to thank! Whether it's in your wedding, in your house, or in a floral arrangement, Pantone's motto of Spring 2015 is "Keep Calm and Carry On."