Image above representing colour of the year from year 2000 to year 2013
Colour coordination has now never been so easy with the knowledge of the Fashion Industry using their own universal colour language to communicate with each other named Pantone.
Image Below Colour of the year apparently for 2014
Ever wondered why all the stores seem to have the same shades of colours?
This can benefit you immensely when buying clothes online as you can tell what season and year a particular trend or colour was released.
White: black, pink, reds
Baby Pink: browns, tan, mint green, olive green, grey, turquoise
Dark Pink : grey, tan, lime green, mint green, browns
Tomato Red: mint green, creamy white, grey
Cherry Red: blues, gray, pale orange, pale yellow
Light Brown: lemon yellow, creamy white, blues, greens, purples, reds
Dark Brown: lemon yellow, baby blue, mint green, baby purple, lime green
Tan: baby pink, dark browns, blues, greens, purples
Pale Orange: grey, browns, forest green
Dark Orange: pale yellow, forest green, browns, cheery red
Lemon Yellow: cherry red, browns, blues, gray
Pale Yellow: fuchsia, grey, browns, tan, reds, blues, purples
Golden Yellow: grey, browns, blues, reds, black
Lime Green: tan, browns, pinks, dark orange, navy blue, grey
Forrest Green: oranges, light brown, tan
Olive Green: tan, browns, greys, creamy white, black
Mint Green: brown, grey, navy blue, reds, grey, tan
Navy Blue: tan, brown, grey, yellows, oranges, greens, reds
Dark Purple: tan, pale yellow, light grey, mint green
Below is an example to some of the names of Pantone Colours, which shades and names are forever changing but always universal.