10 Pantone Colors For Fall 2015

August 26, 2015

By Tab Byrum

I can’t believe next week is the beginning of September, Autumn is rushing up on us fast and that means cooler weather, warm drinks, and new fashion. I was looking online at what colors are going to be hot this fall and ran across the colors that Pantone released for Fall 2015. The colors are mostly very “earthy” with pops of color in the orange, purple and pink families.


I thought we would take a look at the colors, one thing I was happy to hear and see was that all the colors are intended for both men’s and women’s fashion, it will be interesting to see how they translate over to the world of interior design since home decor often takes its cues from the world of fashion. Here’s a look at each individual color and how it can be used this Fall, Enjoy!!!


Starting with Desert Sage, it’s described as a cool and soothing neutral that works will other colors across the palette. 


Gray is always in and Stormy Weather fits the bill, it’s a blue-gray that’s very powerful.


Mellow and comforting is how Pantone describes Oak Buff, a color that’s warm and brings good feelings.


This is always one of my favorite colors, whether you call it Army Green or Dried Herb. Pantone says it’s meant to be elevated this season, being sophisticated and chic. 


Of course Marsala is Pantone’s color of the year for 2015, it’s a red-brown that brings with it a lot of warmth and richness. 


Biscay Bay is described as a lush and elegant teal, a great way to add a slight tropical touch to your outfit. I love how it looks with darker blues. 


Cadmium Orange is that fun punch of color we are always looking for. Pantone says this is a nod to the 60’s and 70’s, I like whatever decade it is.


Cashmere Rose is described as an upscale pink, I can definitely see this used in conjunction with colors like Stormy Weather, Desert Sage, and Dried Herb. 


Navy blue is one of my favorite colors and Reflecting Pond is a cooler version of Navy. It will pair with so many other colors to create awesome looks. 


Described as the jewel in the crown, Amethyst Orchid is unique and very exciting.

All images are courtesy Pantone and Pinterest.

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