Say goodbye to Millenial Pink. Living Coral is our new obsession. How does Pantone decide on the colour of the year? According to The New York Times, Pantone employs roughly 10 people to travel around the world to see what’s trending in everything from clothing to cars so that they can declare the It Color for the upcoming year. Pantone calls Living Coral an “animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.” Buoyant, vibrant, and effervescent, it reminds us of sunshine, tropical flowers and the vibrant undersea ecosystems. Get ahead of the curve and buy these coral-coloured items now.
Elliatt blazer from Revolve, $272
Try something out of the ordinary with this bright coloured blazer that will make you stand out (for all the right reasons) at the office.
Chloe bag from Net-A-Porter, $1845
A classic bag with an interesting metal handle detail, this Chloe bag also comes with a versatile shoulder strap that gives you a hands-free option.
Boohoo dress, $35
An off shoulder dress with a unconventional wrap skirt detailing is perfect to wear to dinner dates and parties.
Bec & Bridge dress from Revolve, $480
Ruched dresses are a big trend for spring/summer 2019, so combine two trends in one with this dress in alluring coral.
H&M swimsuit, $54.95
A v-neck swimsuit is more flirty and feminine when it has scalloped edges, this one is great to wear with wide-legged pants by the beach.
Bershka neckerchief, $14.90
For something more subtle, this fun polka dot neckerchief is great to wear with a simple white shirt dress.
Mango top, $39.90
Perfect for hot and sunny days, the material and colour of this tank top makes it appropriate to wear to brunch or tea with friends.
Topshop trousers, $69.90
If you’ve got legs for days, flaunt what you’ve got with this attention-grabbing pair of high-waisted pants in bright coral.
Miss Selfridge heel at ASOS, $76
If you prefer wearing black outfits, inject some colour with this fabulous pair of stilettos with criss-cross detailing.