Five Casual Dresses To Wear In Pantone’s Color Of The Year 2019: Living Coral

Moving from the cool and vivid Ultra-Violet color last year, we’ve come to find the natural and tranquil- inducing hues of Living Coral spreading all the warmth and comfort all over. Pantone officially announced the Living Coral 16-1546 the ultimate color of 2019 last color, which has captivated us from the very start.

Quoted as

“An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.”

Pantone’s living coral is all the things dreamy and beautiful. Although some of the people claim this playful color’s inclination more towards pink, Pantone has affirmed it as a shade of orange. This confusion makes it all the more intriguing to most of our fashion peers.

Several Celebrities Has Been Spotted Wearing Living Coral This Year Already

Just as the Pantone announced its color of the year 2019, we could see pictures of the various esteemed artists in living coral 16-1546.

Pantone's color of the year 2019: Living coral

Pantone's color of the year 2019: Living coral

From supermodel Gigi Hadid walking on the streets of Soho in head-to-toe coral orange to the pop-star Jennifer Lopez turning eyes in Florida in strapless Alex Perry dress styled with a long satin coat.

Pantone's color of the year 2019: Living coral

The best part is that this color has also been approved by the Queen. Yes, her highness stepped out at Sandringham for her royal tour to Jamaica in the aesthetically pleasing hues of living coral just last month.

Five Casual Ways To Dress-Up In The Color Of Living Coral

Well, I’m sure seeing all the frenzy surrounding this color, you must be intrigued to fill up your closets and drawers with everything living coral. We’ve decided to bring five ethnic dresses in living coral to make your year all the more blessed.

Phoolak By Ittehad

With Sanam Saeed featured as the model, designer Saira Rizwan under Ittehad Textiles has really outdone herself. This beautiful chickenkari shirt in an ombre pattern is everything a girl can desire. The luxurious fabric in living coral and white, paired with the embroidered floral patches for neckline and bottom is the absolute satisfaction in a form of a dress.

Rubesco By Khas

Springs and summer are all about soft colors. This perfect for the upcoming season dress, named Rubesco has the impeccable craftsmanship. Embroidered floral motifs in mustard and patterned green leaves are giving the dress a fresh and natural look. Further, the silk dupatta is super wearable and a perfect match for the dress.

Linen Shirt By So Kamal

With extremely affordable price range, So Kamal is the best to go for all occasions.  Leaping to heights with their edgier and fashionable designs, this dress here in the perfect hues of living coral, is the testament to that. Trust me you can never go wrong with this simple yet stylish one-piece linen shirt.

Fruit Punch By Sapphire

If you love bold and vibrant colors, Fruit Punch can be the right choice for you. This lush dress in the POP collection of Sapphire is all the things funky and playful. The tropical touch to the embroidered motifs and the mix of different shades of orange make it the kind of dress that you can wear to any kind of casual to semi-formal get-togethers. The good thing is that you will need to sport minimal accessories with it.

Tale Of Springs By Khaadi

Khaadi has always gone beyond everyone’s imaginations and curate designs that can win hearts smoothly and effortlessly. This beautiful printed three-piece lawn dress is also such a pick from the Tale of Springs collection. The spun checkered print and floral motifs in blue can be a good addition of subtleness charm to your casual attire.

You are definitely guaranteed to rock in any of the above dresses. Don’t forget to pair the dresses with some living coral colored accessories or paint your color in the same color, and you will be good to go.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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