The Top Three Colors For Spring: Men’s Edition

The Top Three Colors For Spring: Men’s Edition
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Pantone is the leading company in determing which colors would best suit you for each season of each year. The list is in for this year’s Spring 2013 color palette and the top three colors are as follows:

Emerald

Dusk Blue

Grayed Jade

It seems as if this year’s spring palatte focuses a lot on green and blue shades, with pale pastels dominating the color spectrum. Use the photograph below as a guide when deciding which colors to purchase for your spring wardrobe.

What do you think of these colors?

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