Spring-Summer 2017 Fashion trends: Top 10 key colors

*revealed by Pantone Color Institute

Winter is on the door and it's pretty cold and rainy, but this doesn't stop us from dreaming about the upcoming Spring days and the warm hues which Spring-Summer 2017 season will offer us.

After the end of New York Fashion Week, it became clear that Top 3 colors for the next hot season are Niagara, Primrose Yellow and Lapis Blue, followed by Flame and Island Paradise. Top 10 is completed by Pale Dogwood, Greenery, Pink Yarrow, Kale and Hazelnut.

Spring-Summer 2017 Fashion trends: Top 10 key colors

Niagara 17-4123
- Denim-like blue - comfortable, dependable and relaxed

Primrose Yellow 13-0755 - Reminder of nature, flowers and sunlight

Lapis Blue 19-4045 - Not too boring, not too same, vitality and energizing blue

Flame 17-1462 - 'Gregarious, vivacious, theatrical and definitely a party color', red-fused orange

Island Paradise 14-4620 - Water-inspired refreshing cool blue

Pale Dogwood 13-1404 - Sort of extension of Rose Quartz, which shared the 2016 Color of Year title with Serenity. This shade brings sense of lightness and airiness

Greenery 15-0343 - Forest-reminding yellow-green; natural and giving a sense of creating process

Pink Yarrow 17-2034 - Festive and visible color

Kale 18-0107 - 'Oxygenating', fresh, leafy green

Hazelnut 14-1315 - A quintessential neutral with a warm undertone; transitional color that can be worn all year

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Veselka Petrova

Veselka writes for the menswear section of Be Global Fashion Network. She has a passion for classic men`s elegance and she is keen on giving advices to men in order to look and feel better. She also has interest in the men`s fashion industry and sustainable fashion.

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