Color Me Mine: The Must Have Color Trends in Fur This SeasonThis season fur fashion is all about color. However, the four color trends that are a definite necessity this season are stormy grays, bold blues, soft pastels and opulent jewel tones, all of which were outlined in the Fall 2015 Pantone Color Chart.

Nov 18, 2015
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This season fur fashion is all about color. However, the four color trends that are a definite necessity this season are stormy grays, bold blues, soft pastels and opulent jewel tones, all of which were outlined in the Fall 2015 Pantone Color Chart.

Using these top color trends, international prêt-à-porter designers, such as Gianfranco Ferré Furs, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta, Guy Laroche Furs, and many more, have created “must have looks” using luxury NAFA furs.

Read on for a definitive visual guide to 2015 color trends in NAFA fur, this fall.

NAFA Fall Trend Colors 2015

Color Trend #1: Thunder Struck

Stormy Weather is evocative of a gray, overcast day. One that is blustery and cool, with the threat of rain. Like a thunder clap heard in the distance, this shade makes a bold statement in hushed tones. The perfect color for the modern professional, stormy weather creates an updated twist on a classic look by combining a mixture of deep blacks, silvers and grays. Further, Stormy Weather looks exquisite when combined with a touch of pastel. In particular, this NAFA Northern Red Fox and Silver Fox coat by Michael Kors displays a perfect balance of soft orange hues, much like the sun that peeks through the clouds after a storm.

 

Color Trend #2: Blue Crush

This next trend will have everyone will be singing the blues. From icy hues of teal and turquoise, to the cool blue of Reflecting Pond and the serene shade of Biscay Bay, the blue trend brings in many different elements of the Pantone palette.
Seen here in NAFA Mink, NAFA Northern Beaver, Can-Am Sable and Raccoon garments, these shades of blue create classic looks that are lush and elegant as well as young and playful.

 

Color Trend #3: Perfectly Pastel

Formerly reserved solely for spring collections, pastels have made a big move recently and are now on the list of “must have” trends this season. Soft and understated, pastels create the perfect neutral garments, brightening even the gloomiest fall days and adding a sense of femininity to this season’s top fur fashions.

Pantone’s Cashmere Rose can be found in an oversized NAFA Silver Fox hooded coat by BRASCHI, or mixed with shades of Amethyst Orchid in the NAFA Silver Fox vest by Guy Laroche Furs.

A NAFA Northern Red Fox cape by Michael Kors blends together the soft golden tones of Oak Bluff with the brightness of Cadmium Orange, while Igor Gulyaev brings together a refreshing hint of Desert Sage to Stormy Weather in the NAFA Silver Fox and NAFA Northern beaver wrap.

 

Color Trend #4: Crown Jewels

Be the envy of everyone this season with the crown jewel of color trends. Conjuring up imaging of elegance and luxury with names like garnet, emerald, sapphire, and amethyst, these sumptuous jewel tones easily add a modern sense of opulence to any outfit this season.

Polished yet vibrant, jewel toned furs easily transition from daytime attire to glamorous evening looks. In particular, this intoxicating garnet NAFA Northern Can-Am Sable wrap coat by Oscar de la Renta is both casual and sexy making it perfect for any occasion.

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