pantone fall 2017 colors

Today it’s all about fall colors. It’s getting colder and with the changing weather it’s time to make an appropriate autumnal wardrobe.

Pantone fall 2017 colors

I’ve put together some examples of how you can mix your favorite Oliver + S and Liesl + Co. sewing patterns with the Pantone fall 2017 colors. The color experts say these are the top ten colors for fashion for the season. Here you’ll find sewing ideas for the whole family.

1) Let’s begin with a tawny Autumn Maple, a quintessential autumn color introducing warmth. How about using it for making a Chai Tee? You can do just that next week during our Chai Tee sew-along.

Liesl + Co. Chai Tee

2) Whip up a SoHo Skirt in Neutral Gray, it’s a classic autumnal shade.

Liesl + Co. SoHo Skirt

3) Next up, is Butterum. This snug, warming, and toasty shade is perfect for a Woodland Stroll Cape or Forest Path Cape which can be worn for any cool autumn evening.

Liesl + Co. Woodland Stroll Cape

4) Try a Classic Shirt in elegant and sophisticated Tawny Port.

Liesl + Co. Classic Shirt

5) How about a Recital Shirt in Shaded Spruce?

Liesl + Co. Recital Shirt

6) For a softer touch, sew up a Building Block Dress in a pale pink Ballet Slipper.

Oliver + S Building Block Dress

7) Try an All Day Shirt in Navy Peony, an anchoring shade, it is solid and stable.

Liesl + Co. All Day Shirt

8) How about a bright Marina Buttoned-Up Button-Down Shirt? This one would work for either a boy or girl.

Oliver + S Buttoned-up Botton-down Shirt

9) Take a Playtime Dress and make it in refreshing Golden Lime, a standout shade.

Oliver + S Playtime Dress

10) Lastly, try some Playtime Leggings in dynamic Grenadine red.

Oliver + S Playtime Leggings

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  1. Kate

    Thank you for this post. I find your blog very helpful.

  2. Love these colours! I’m wearing a Lisette B6411 dress right now that has stripes of almost every one of these colours. Let’s ignore the fact that it’s spring over here, ok? These are my kind of colours all year round.

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