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Exploring The Pantone Colour Of The Year

The Pantone colour of the year has recently been announced. ‘Ultimate Grey’ and ‘Illuminating’ Yellow come together to form a ‘marriage of colour’. The pairing of these colours conveys a message of strength and hope that is both enduring and uplifting. 

The bright shade of yellow, called Illuminating, is said to evoke the “optimistic promise of a sun-shine filled day”. Whilst the complimentary Ultimate Grey is a more mellow hue said to resemble “composure, steadiness and resilience. 

Pantone’s choice of two independent colours highlights the ability of different elements coming together to express the same message of strength and hope. After almost a year of uncertainty, the selected colours are a true reflection of the worlds strength and fight in overcoming a global pandemic.

Pantone Colour Of The Year
Credit: Pantone

Introducing Citrine

Discover the radiant burst of Brazilian citrine and join Queen Victoria, Kate Middleton and Elizabeth Taylor in making citrine part of your everyday style. Inspired by the Pantone colour of the year, citrine’s golden overtones make this a go-with-anything gemstone and a must have addition to your luxury jewellery collection. Pair citrine necklaces and earrings with natural earthy tones for a casual look and get ready for a sun filled day. 

Citrine Oval Pendant Necklace in 9ct Gold £138, Citrine Stud Earrings in 9ct Gold £155

For a glowing evening look choose a sleeveless black dress and heels. A dark neutral dress is perfect for showing off your richly-coloured citrine necklace. Pair with a set of citrine drop earrings for extra glow or choose a combination of citrine and diamond for added sparkle. 

Citrine Dream Catcher Pendant Necklace in 9ct Gold £279, Citrine Drop Earrings in 9ct Gold £395

About the Pantone Colour of the Year

Now in its 20th year, Pantone’s colour of the year helps multiple industries, including fashion, with their product development and purchasing decisions. The selection process requires in-depth trend analysis and a global search for new colour influences from all walks of life. 

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