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Here's your official spring accent color, say our pros, who were inspired by the shade's energy and impressed with its surprising versatility. In interiors, "it works with '60s mod and more glam styles too," says designer Jonathan Adler.
Love the zip of a citrus clutch or pair of strappy heels but wonder how long you'll be able to keep it in rotation? You'll be happy to hear that the shade is sticking around, according to Pantone’s executive director Leatrice Eiseman.
Now FactorCall it a red-carpet takeover. Everyone from Beyoncé to Reese Witherspoon has sported the shade recently. "It can be beautiful on blondes or lend major glow to olive and dark complexions," says stylist Micaela Erlanger.