We’re recommending yellow for next year, despite the fact that spring-summer 2022’s main colours range from deep ocean to soft mango. This summery shade lifts spirits and has been used in countless collections. The most recent collections are a celebration of joy, playfulness, and positivity after months of negativity and dullness. The runway is full of enthusiasm and yellow is the perfect colour to continue that.

Yellow is available in a variety of shades for spring-summer 2022, from bright hues to more muted colors. Pantone’s SS22 fashion colour is ‘Popcorn’, a soft and buttery yellow. It’s been seen with Alexander McQueen’s tulle galore. Sarah Burton showed a sleeveless, bustier, ankle-length dress in this particular hue. It was chosen by Dawei for an office-appropriate look, and Max Mara wore it with a slightly larger coat. This creamy yellow will be a staple colour for next season – Trend agency WGSN, and Colour agency Coloro both predicted that it would be one the five most popular colours in spring and summer.

Although soft yellows will be a big hit in 2022, the collections also feature brighter colors. Pantone’s “Fragile Spout” is a mix of neon yellow and apple-green. David Koma showed several silhouettes in the shade, and Etro used it for a tonal look at its menswear show. Acne Studios also chose a bright option but paired it to play with contrasts with a see-through ensemble. Alexandre Vauthier wore a bright yellow ensemble with matching furry shoes.

The shows for Autumn-winter 2021 had begun to feature yellow details and saturated pieces. But Resort 2022, Carolina Herrera’s bright gowns, reaffirmed the joyous shade as a statement. It will be available in lingerie and loungewear, adding some sparkle to casual wardrobes. Pantone has released many new shades to confirm the popularity of this colour, ranging from the light shade ‘Baby Breath’ to the vibrant ‘Illuminating Yellow’.

Jil Sander and Paul Smith have introduced yellow pieces to their menswear collections. It’s a neutral and genderless colour. Numerous industry stalwarts have used the shade to reinvent and introduce new versions of their classics. Chanel showed a light yellow tweed ensemble with an A-line skirt and cropped jacket, Dior presented a bright, nipped-in, long-sleeved dress, while Prada showcased both in Shanghai and Milan.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a neon or less saturated color, it will add joy and optimism to our wardrobes next year.

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