As we move out of winter and into the spring, we look to adopt even brighter colors for even brighter days. This spring, we have two color suggestions.

First off, Pantone announced their pick for the 2022 Color of the Year earlier this winter: Very Peri. It's periwinkle... but even brighter!

For the first time in all the years of the Color of the Year Selection process, Pantone has created a new shade just for the very occasion. Noting that we are in a time of transition and change, Pantone wanted to create a shade that encapsulating the hope we have for the future. 

If the runways have anything to say about Very Peri... it's only good things! Top designers have already started to fill your closet with bright pieces that are exactly on trend. 

tom ford runway

 In this Tom Ford look, we opt for a bold jacket to match the trend. 

Tiffany brown runway

Tiffany Brown goes for a monochromatic purple look, with a Very Peri tulle skirt. 

fendi runway

Fendi goes for a more muted tone in this three-piece suit. 

We would love to see your take on Pantone's color of the year! Whether it be a small accessory that provides a pop of color, or a full on Periwinkle look, this bright new color is the trend to watch.

Another color to watch this spring that is certain to shine in many people's closets is a minty and fresh green! This bright color is bound to get people to stop and stare at your outfit. While it may not be the official color of the year, it sure was a top contender on the runways! 

bottega veneta runway

Bottega Veneta makes us green with envy with a sparkly set in this springtime color!

christian siriano runway

The Christian Siriano was filled with bold looks like this.

miu miu runway

And Miu Miu kept things on trend with beautiful green dresses.

Check out our Michaels online store, or come in person, to get a new spring trend addition to your wardrobe!

  Emilio Pucci  

      Loro Piana




March 27, 2022 — Michael's Manager

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