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Spring Fashion in Boston

Posted by Shannon Geher on Mar 20, 2015 3:44:18 PM

Spring has sprung and it’s time to do away with the cold and dark colors of winter and embrace the brightness and warmth of the season.

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Designers are incorporating a wide array of colors into their collections this season and you almost need a color wheel to figure out what you are looking at. To make it easier, we’ve decoded the top colors and created an easy to follow pantone.


Spring 2015 Pantone

This season's colors with swatches, so we all know what we are looking at...

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Want to get more interactive? Then check out Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2015 where you can play around with an array of ideas and options.

If you are overwhelmed, don't worry, neutral colors are still in. 

Try this classic look: match a black jumpsuit with a pair of nude high heels and a nude colored purse. Whether you are going out for lunch on Newbury Street or having a night out in Boston with the girls, this outfit will surely fit all occasions.

Spring Fashion Outfit

Designers like Bebe, Zara, and Michael Kors are all known in fashion merchandising for their upscale price tags, but cheaper options can always be found if you’re trying to get the look without breaking the bank. Stores such as Marshalls, which offer brand-name goods at reduced prices, carry designer bags like the Michael Kors bag shown above as well as the jumpsuit and heels. Make sure to grab this look soon, because Spring has SPRUNG!


What's your ideal Spring outfit?  Let us know in the comments below.


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