NewsRelax: 2017's Most Important Colors Are Already In Your Closet
And if it's not, you still have a few months to get them in there.
After every fashion week, the geniuses at Pantone (the company that catalogues and tracks the commercial uses of virtually every shade, hue, and tone in the world) release predictions on which colors are going to be the most-worn of the season. And we're going to guess that lots of guys already have three of the ten the firm thinks are going to be seen on the street.
Niagara, a shade of blue that looks like a pair of well-worn jeans, is at the top of the list. Then there's Lapis, a navy that's a little bit brighter than the color Prince William has his suits made in. Kale, a green resembling something you'd find on the rack at an Army-Navy surplus store, is also in the bunch.
The other colors on the list, like Flame (a red-orange) and Primrose Yellow, might be a little adventurous for most guys, but with lots of fashion designers pushing the boundaries of gender and propriety through color and pattern, it wouldn't be a stretch to see a few men rocking Pink Yarrow and Pale Dogwood come springtime.