Pull out your rose—and orange and blue—colored glasses... it's time to break down the color trends for spring and single out the hues that are sure to dominate our personal palettes in 2012. For next season, think cheery cotton candy, serene seafoam green, and a sultry new neutral that's not your ho-hum camel. Check out the ten new color trends you'll want to get a piece of once spring makes its triumphant return... if you can wait, that is.
Cotton Candy—Sweet as candy, light, and fluffy, this rosy shade showed up in both flowing silhouettes and sharp-tailored separates on the runways of Fashion Week.
Cyan—Where fiery reds were all the rage last season, we're thinking of making a major statement this spring in a shade of blue that's just as hot.
Lavender—This year several collections captured the pastel purple of budding tulips in both prints and stark solids.
Milk Chocolate—Boxy dresses and over-sized separates took on a smooth, creamy cocoa color that makes the sweet tooth tingle.
Pure White-—Virginal white has a somewhat harsh edge this spring in a shade that's so bright it almost blinding.
Putty Beige—A fresh neutral tone that we're adding to our palette is as adaptable as the toy, but certainly not as silly.
Raspberry Pink- From work friendly to the most-special occasion, designers showed love for a bright berry pink just ripe for the pickin'.
Robin's Egg—Falling on the cool side of the color spectrum, a breezy blue complimented frilled and loose-fit garments such as over-sized tops and tulle party dresses.
Seafoam Green—Straying from the hunter and army tones that bulk up our winter wear, spring switches over to minty, mellow greenery.
Split Pea—We'll admit we needed to get over the name's ick factor, but it was hard not to get turned on by the greenish-yellow, yellowy-green muted shade that appeared in a flock of pretty dresses.
Source - Refinery29