Today I’m sharing my Pantone colors shopping experience.  I had the pleasure of going shopping at the Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey with personal shopper, Sarah.  Besides meeting a cool new friend, our goal was to talk about the Pantone colors for Spring.   First of, Pantone is the world-renowned authority on color.  So in fashion, they choose the “it” colors of the season…cool right?  Our shopping trip was pretty easy seeing as most stores have the Pantone colors out on the floor.

The colors for this Spring are: nigara, primrose yellow, lapis blue, flame, island paradise, pale dogwood, greenery, pink yarrow, male and hazelnut.  These color swatches can been seen in the photo above.  As always, I keep y’all in the know when it comes to the hottest trends. Yes that includes color as well.


Not to mention that during this trip, I had another goal as well.  That was to stay on trend with fashion too!  Ruffles are all the rage for this season in fashion so I couldn’t resist when I saw this ruffle skirt in H&M.

Pantone Colors Shopping Experience
Another thing that I had my eye on (not intentionally) are straw bags and statement earrings.  I found the cutest earrings at Francesca’s.   After checkout, I looked at the purses and there it was.  The cutest straw pom pom clutch!  Funny I saw it on the website but it was sold out in this color.  Ladies, get your hands on some sort of straw bag for the Spring/Summer.  You will thank me later.

Pantone Colors Shopping Experience


I’d like to say a huge thank you to Cherry Hill Mall for having.  Also an even bigger thanks to my personal shopper Sarah.   She truly made the shopping experience so easy and fun.  It was like we were old friends fueling each other’s shopping habits and I loved it.  Last thing: do you want to get paid to shop, you should join PREIT Perks.  For every $250 you spend, you get $10 back.   Y’all know how fast $250 can come around so why not benefit from it!?

Thanks for reading!

*Thank you to Cherry Hill Mall for sponsoring today’s post.  All opinions are my own.*