As soon as my spring mood starts to kick in I am thinking about the happy spring color palette I can create with my spring wardrobe. I start to pack away all the dark winter color palettes. Blacks and navy blues are out. Whites are in. Nothing pairs better with spring colors than whites. It is the perfect neutral and complementary color for spring. And is a must in my spring color palette. I own many variations of white tops to mix and match with my spring
I am loving the softer tones mixed with brighter and pastel tones. Peach and blush are a unique and neutral option to mix into a spring wardrobe. I can’t wait to pair peach with earthy terracotta oranges. And blush pinks with whites and bright pinks. Maybe even mix up a few bold color combinations with these soft tones. I don’t have hardly anything in my wardrobe in these shades so I will be investing in a few pieces to add more versatility to my wardrobe.
Every shade of yellow is catching my eye lately and cheering me up through these last few weeks of winter. Wearing yellow is like wearing sunshine. It is so good for my mood. I don’t own a ton of yellow so I plan on adding a few different spring-appropriate styles to my wardrobe. Probably an everyday dress and a more bohemian style dress. Possibly a jumpsuit. And maybe even a hemp tee shirt in a lovely shade of yellow. I am also really loving the idea of going bold with some yellow pants.
I have had a color crush on this hibiscus pink for some time now. It is rare to find a garment in this shade so I am hoping to add this beauty from Dôen to my spring wardrobe soon. I always find myself getting color inspiration from nature. Wearing a dress that reminds me of one of my favorite tropical flowers is never a bad idea. I hope to incorporate more of this shade so I can wear it in many different ways with my spring wardrobe.
Sage and Lemongrass
You can’t go through spring without some green in your wardrobe. It is my favorite color and I am always trying to add more of it to my wardrobe. Especially in unique shades like lemongrass. Green works really well as a neutral color and I love pairing it with every color I have. Having more shades of green gives me more options to experiment and have fun too.
Straight up girly pink is in my color palette this year and I am ready to add this vibrant shade to my wardrobe. I really don’t have much. I’m really hoping to add a statement piece like this jumpsuit to my wardrobe. But I would love to own more basics in this bright shade to mix and mathc with other spring colors.
Terracotta and Melon
I am loving earth tones just as much as I am loving the classic spring tones. I will be mixing in a lot more earthy shades this season because I am just in the mood to experiment with more color combos and not let trends dictate what I am wearing from season to season. Now is a great time to find warm orange shades at a discount. But the cantaloupe shades will be a little more spring-appropriate and vibrant. I don’t own anything in this shade so it is about time to change that.
I am lavender obsessed. And I only have one thing in my closet that will satisfy my urge to wear more lavender. The springy color is earthy yet colorful at the same time. It also reminds me of one of my favorite places, The Paint Mines. Where the rocks were colored in the most beautiful shades of purple. The natural colors occurring in such a magical place made me re-discover my love for this brilliant color. It is definitely one you are going to want to add to your spring color palette so you can create colorful spring outfits. Especially with this gorgeous jacket.