We're loving Pantone's pick for Color of the Year 2022, Very Peri! With a color this bright and bold, it can be hard to know how to incorporate it into a print. We explore some potential color schemes to get you started using Very Peri!
An analgogous color scheme uses colors directly next to each other on the color wheel for an easy to use and widely appealing design. This cute blouse from Maje uses analgogous colors to great effect.
Complementary colors are directly across from one another on the colorwheel, and make for a harmonious combination. This pretty dress from Vince uses complementary colors in subtle shades for an understated look.
A split complementary color scheme uses pairs of colors on opposite sides of the color wheel. This dress from Asos uses split complementary colors for an eye catching and regal style.
A square color scheme uses four colors evenly spaced around the color wheel, giving a wider range of colors for a more dynamic look. This colorful dress from Anthropologie balances this color scheme just right!
Experimenting with new color schemes is a great way to update any print! If you find yourself stuck, try a color palette generator like Adobe Color Coolors, or Paletton. They can be a great resource to quickly generate new ideas and color stories.
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