Color Monday for the Groom!

Categories Fashion + Groom + Wedding Stationery

Happy President’s Day!

It also happens to be Color Monday … we thought we’d kick off this week with some inspiration for the groom. Pantone recently announced their fashion color report for fall 2012. Similar to the fall colors for women–what do you think of this palette for the guys? Being courted with these beautiful, bright colors and stellar neutrals has us smitten for sure. Let’s see what happens when we pair them with a groom style. Can these bright colors be masculine?

Mellow Energy

Here is Honey Gold, Tangerine Tango {color of the year} & French Roast paired together on “HoneyComb Cluster” photo booth style Save the Date Magnet design. We’re loving how this “robust” and gorgeous brown tempers the tanginess of tangerine–keeping this scheme mellow and perfect for fall.

Electric Vibe

A bright and optimistic twist for fall–here, Tangerine Tango is paired with Olympian Blue on “Butterfly Blossoms” Save the Date Magnet design. Here’s a man with confidence, vibrancy and a spiritedness about him.

Refined Fun

Stately, elegant yet never serious, we’ve paired Rhubarb and Titanium on “Vintage Vegas” classic Save the Date Magnet. This duo leaves you with the sense of the peaceful and easy yet rock-solid and stable! Love it!

Gorgeous, right? Did you know that you can change any MagnetStreet design to any of Pantone’s incredible colors? It’s easy … simply grab the cmyk color values below and once you’re in Design Studio–our online personalization tool–just insert the values and voila!

French Roast CMYK- 64.70.70.43

Honey Gold CMYK- 13.31.83.0

Tangerine Tango CMYK- 0.83.95.0

Olympian Blue CMYK- 97.54.7.5

Titanium CMYK- 42.37.34.24

Rhubarb CMYK- 9.100.61.52

Which is your favorite color combo?

Comments
  • Corinna Hoffman on February 20, 2012 @ 3:43 pm

    I love the Rhubarb and Titanium colors together :) Great for a Vegas wedding also–stylish and sophisticated :)

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