This year´s pantone color is meant to cater the need for something welcoming, soothing and refreshing. Most of us are stressed and overworked trying to keep up with society´s definition of success. This year´s color trend goes for a softer take – the warm and welcoming shade of rose which is meant to blend with the cooler tranquil blue.
Today let´s take a look at a few fab ways to embrace the soft hue of rose quartz.
1. Sleeveless Beaded Party Dress
Spring signals the approach of party seasons, think garden parties and weddings! This cocktail dress in soft dress is decorated with beads, which makes it perfect to go with some metallic high heeled sandals. But if you have no metallic heels, nude pumps and a nude handbag should work.
2. Tropical Printed Short Sleeve Seamed Dress
Embracing the warm, soft hue of rose quartz doesn´t mean turning you back from tropical floral print. You can still go tropical while keeping it soft in a lovely mix of rose and yellow muted in a nude background.
3. Fitted Jacquard Dress
How do you keep things modern and powerful if you´re wearing a color that´s friendly and soft? Offset it with some powerful cut, style and silhouette. If you´re a working gal, you will surely love this fitted jacquard dress.
4. More Ultra-Feminine Rose Quartz Dresses
Judging from these dresses I found, there are many ways to interpret the rose quartz hue. From knee-length cocktail dresses to long gowns, you can that warm and soft can also be bold.
5. V-Neck Poncho Style Top
For your everyday casual-smart look, try teaming up denim jeans or skirts with romantic rose quartz tops and blouses. This V-neck poncho top will dress up your denim pants, while it will look totally elegant with a white pencil skirt. Versatile!
6. More Romantic Blouses
These romantic rose quartz blouses are safe to wear to work. Team them up with tailored black trousers or even with leather pants or skirts. There´s no question about versatility for they blend well with any color, even with bright + bold pieces.
Now tell me, girls, what do you think of rose quartz as a pantone color this year?