Early on in the year, everyone was ranting and raving that Pantone had announced a beautiful shade for 2014, Radiant Orchid. I personally thought it would be a great color in beauty while others found great pieces in fashion, but eventually the excitement faded and right before spring, Radiant Orchid failed to keep our attention. With that said, Pantone announced that they are now working on a new color schedule and announcement per season. Denying Radiant Orchid’s lackluster following as a cause for the change, according to Apartment Therapy, a source claimed that Radiant Orchid had “served its purpose.” With that said, say hello to Radiant Okra. This new hue is said to be the “It” color for spring 2014. While the announcement of the new change was made only days ago, I’ve found some very promising pieces to add Radiant Okra and its likeness to your wardrobe now.
Radiant Okra 1 of 7
The somewhat intense green is infused with a hint of yellow and perfect for the blossoming season.
A Pop of Color 2 of 7
This designer button up is perfect for layering the color into a neutral wardrobe for a hint of freshness.
Available at Net-A-Porter, $130
Tied Up 3 of 7
Using your accessories as a way to add a bit of trendiness is safe but a great way to dabble into trends without becoming a slave to them.
Available at Nordstrom, $38
A Special Occasion 4 of 7
A bit more of a splurge, this detailed tunic is great for the fashion-forward gal who feels the need to have something special this season.
Available at Net-A-Porter, $425
Bright Bottoms 5 of 7
A little more on the yellower side, this bold short still falls into the same family and is sure to get a bit of attention.
Available at Neiman Marcus, $69.50
A Chilled Look 6 of 7
For days when the air is a bit cooler, this lightweight long sleeve top is a must-have. It would pair perfectly with a white denim short or a navy skirt.
Available at Nordstrom, $79
Just a Touch 7 of 7
This bright and airy initial necklace offers fashionistas a chance to try the trend in a very subtle but never boring way.
Available at Nordstrom, $88