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Posted by Erin to Articles
While Pantone may have decreed a vibrant green the "Color of the Year," our rounds of Pinterest fashionista searching, and shopping are telling us that blushing shades of pink are the real heavy hitter.

Soft blush or peachy-pink shades are often referred to as "Millenial Pink", and the color is being used increasingly in the packaging and marketing of products towards the 20-30-something crowds.

This color is everywhere in fashion, and subsequently a great pick for designs with a youthful vibe, and because the color is so muted, it's well suited for sophisticated styles, too.

Peach Moonstone
Peach Moonstone Faceted
Pink Coral
 
Looking to get more of this on-trend color into your palette?
Look to Pink Opal, Peach Moonstone, or Pink Coral to give your designs a sweet kiss of color. Want to get a metallic gleam in there? Check out Rose Gold Plated Hematite.


Erin, Dakota Stones
We love how the natural color of stones work so beautifully with this trend. Can't wait to see what you create!
 
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