Thursday, 3 July 2014

Pantone colours for autumn 2014 jewellery inspiration

This blog post was first posted on the London Jewellery School blog on 2nd July 2014 and has been adapted to go onto my blog too!

Pantone are the self styled ‘global authority on color’ and their announcements are taken seriously in the fashion marketplace. The colours they have announced for the autumn season are an interesting and unusual palate. These are likely to be well represented in the high street so having jewellery that goes will ensure you’re ahead of the trend.


Purples and mauve feature heavily in the report. Radiant orchid was announced as the colour of the year and is still trending going into autumn/winter.

This necklace from shamelessly sparkly is very now but would also create a great contrast worn with darker autumn colours.

Mauve mist is similar to radiant orchid but slightly more muted. These micro macrame earrings bring some lovely texture to the colour.

Sea fog is a bluer shade of mauve. Check out these enamel earrings from Ox Art Jewelry

Royal blue and bright cobalt are two shades that feature in the pantone palate for autumn. These bright blues are favourites of mine and this beautiful kumihimo bracelet from Kidder Custom Creations provides a lovely pop of colour for the wrist.
Aluminium is both a colour and the material for this scale mail statement necklace by Dragon Rose on Etsy

Cypress is a green that works well for autumn and this necklace from JC Penney fits the bill
Aurora red provides a splash of bright colour. I love these cufflinks from Love Dazzle
This statement gemstone ring from Lola Rose would work very well for the sangria trend
A more expected tone for autumn is cognac brown. This lovely bracelet from Crystabelle tones in very well.

Misted yellow (should that be mustard yellow?!) provides an interesting blend with the cognac colours. I love these bangles from Evans



Which colours will you work with for this autumn?






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