Fashion Color Trends of 2019 - Popular Streetwear Colors in 2019

What are the Most Popular Colors in 2019 Streetwear Fashion Trends

The Newretro.Net 2019 collection is here. Our research and development team has spent the last year analyzing color trends, creating new fabrics and perfecting our new assortment wondering what's new and what fashion trends you need to be paying attention to we've put together this 2019 trend report to get you up to speed.


Fashion Color Trends of 2019
Color has always been a great way to differentiate in the wholesale market. So we know how important it is to bring you new hues that are trending in retail if you look to the runways we've seen a return to color over the past few years with designers  shunning black in favor of zingy pastels and primary hues. For 2019 we have three color stories you should get on board with.


Popular Streetwear Colors in 2019
You're probably aware of the millennial paint craze with soft shades of pink along with hues like peach and mauve taking over and not just the women Pink's are huge for men and can be seen all over streetwear brands. Pinks are here to stay which is why we've added to try blend but we're seeing an evolution towards shades of lilac which you'll see at high-end brands like Balenciaga Acne and Phillip blend. You can find our new lilac and new orchid and easy to wear shade that's somewhere between mauve and lavender across multiple fabrications in our 2019 assortment.


Popular Streetwear Colors in 2019 Red Yellow
Shades of red continue to be a big color in fashion our new brick is a rich jewel toned red that's familiar yet new all at once. Autumn is another fall inspired color that is unlike any other wholesale shade.


Brights are back and there's no better way to warm up your wardrobe than with yellows. Whether you're looking for something light and airy or a shade that packs more punch we've introduced yellow hues across Heather CVC and tri-blend if you're after a cooler version of this pop shade go for our new mustard though less flashy than classic yellow mustard adds a hit of color to any outfit making it a more exciting alternative to neutral tones that tend to dictate our wardrobes. Visit Newretro.Net and Be Different!

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