Pantone colours for Autumn/Winter 2021

Pantone colours for Autumn/Winter 2021
Autumn/Winter 2021/2022 colour palette

This will be a short post today as we are very excited. We are planning to travel to France tomorrow. It is very last minute so I have not even had time to sort our my travel wardrobe. I will just be backing a couple of summer outfits. I do keep a basic capsule wardrobe down there which makes life easier. My plan was to write a post on Pantone colours for Autumn/Winter 2021 today.I might as well keep to my schedule as the Autumn collections are beginning to arrive in the stores. There are some lovely colours this season both bright and muted, warm and cool. My favourite pinks and purples are well represented and I might even try green this season.

It will be interesting to check out the shops and the St.Tropez market to see what colours the french will be favouring. I will do my best to take some photographs. Hopefully the height of the summer season will be over and the narrow streets of St.Trop will be quieter.

Pantone Autumn/Winter classic colour palette 2021
Autumn/Winter 2021/2022 colour palette

I really love the above as neutral colours. One of my favourite colour combinations is grey and pink. Two good examples of this combination pink jacket, grey cardigan and pink puffa and grey trousers.

Grey and pink Autumn/Winter 2021 colour combinations

Which colours do you like and what combinations will you be experimenting with when you create your new season outfits?

Examples of Pantone colours for Autumn/Winter 2021


  1. Francie
    6th September 2021 / 16:11

    I’m a Spring so need warmer colors. Last year I started using camel as a neutral. It goes with black and navy pants well. The unexpected combinations I like are camel with bright blue and camel with sage green. Last month I purchased a camel colored wool coat in the old “boy coat” design I remember wearing as a child; it is so nostalgic to me and I’m looking forward to wearing it! Josephine, I’m thrilled you are able to go to St. Tropez this week! Have a lovely, happy and safe trip! Francie

    • 6th September 2021 / 22:47

      Francis, I I also am a Spring so am really interested in your use of camel as a neutral. Never thought of that and am so tired of black or navy..

      Love Josephine in pink and grey .

  2. Lesley Day
    6th September 2021 / 16:34

    Thanks for the latest blog, and I am looking forward to searching for some of the warm colours in the shops.
    Have a great trip.

  3. Kathy
    6th September 2021 / 17:17

    I plan to use your pantone chart to pick two contrasting colors to knit a winter pullover sweater.

  4. 6th September 2021 / 17:28

    I love bold colors with a lot of pigments. Pastels wash me out.

    6th September 2021 / 18:14

    I find it so interesting that your European colors for Fall2021 are so different from hat I’ve been seeing in the U.S. There is a lot of rust, chocolate bron and camel being shon this time of year here. I live in Arizona. It is the desert here ith cactus you see no place else in the world. e have had a great deal of rain this monsoon season. This is hen e get the majority of our rainfall for the year! Have a onderful safe trip!!

  6. Sandra
    6th September 2021 / 18:16

    I am so happy you are able to travel to France. We have missed two annual trip there because of Covid so I will visit vicariously through your posts! Bonne route et bonnes vacances!

  7. 11th September 2021 / 07:15

    Great to hear that you’re going to get down to St Tropez, I shall look forward to enjoying it vicariously through your next few posts!

  8. SusanD
    11th September 2021 / 09:46

    Oh so pleased to hear that you’re off to France. Do have a wonderful time and take lots of photos for us. So miss the shop windows and the market.

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