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20 great items in Pantone's Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid

Pantone has recently announced their 'Color of the Year for 2014' and it is Radiant Orchid. Radiant Orchid is a sweet yet confident shade of purple that's not in your face but slightly exotic and warm. Orchids in themselves have meaning that cross the spectrum from elegance to innocence, wealth and luxury, delicate beauty and rareness. With that said, Pantone's color of the year Radiant Orchid encompasses all of these traits in one gracefully elegant yet strong shade of fuchsia, purple and pin undertones. When worn by women and men alike Radiant Orchid emits a healthy glow and is the perfect complimentary color for all skin, hair and eye types. Already seen by some designers on the runways like Juicy Couture and Yoana Baraschi, Radiant Orchid is also making its way into beauty products in the form of nail lacquers, blushes and lipsticks.

Butter London Molly Coddled nail lacquer.
Butter London Molly Coddled nail lacquer.http://www.butterlondon.com
Pantone Color of the Year Radiant Orchid
Pantone Color of the Year Radiant Orchidhttp://www.thecitizensoffashion.com

Ready to check out some runway worth way to rock Radiant Orchid? Just click through the slideshow to find your favorite Radiant Orchid products for 2014.

Are you a fan of Pantone's Color of the Year 2014 Radiant Orchid or is this one color you won't be coordinating into your makeup and wardrobe? Leave a comment and let's discuss!

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