Rose Quartz is probably a color you already have in your wardrobe. It's delicate, sweet and fresh.
Peach Echo is one of my favorite colors of this batch. The orange undertone really warms this one up, and it's a shade that I particularly love on men.
Serenity is almost a periwinkle shade. It's an interesting choice, but probably not something I personally will incorporate into my wardrobe.
Snorkel Blue is a solid cobalt shade, pretty and almost universally flattering. This is another color you might already have in your wardrobe as well.
Buttercup is yellow. This is going to be one of those colors you either can wear, or can only wear as an accent color.
Limpet Shell is gorgeous. A delicate, almost pastel turquoise, perfectly appropriate for spring.
Lilac Gray is probably close enough to grays you already own. I'm actually a bit surprised to see this included, as it's in some ways a non-color, except of course for the slightest hint of lilac.
Fiesta is a warm red, with orangy undertones. This is a pretty solid staple, and it actually completes a set of primary colors with Buttercup and Snorkel Blue.
Iced Coffee is another neutral in this set. It should satisfy people who prefer warmer neutrals.
Green Flash is definitely the odd color out here, but it's not too shocking considering how many neon shades I've seen out and about throughout 2015.
Pantone just announced the colors for Spring 2016, and I had to share them all with you! Here's a rundown:
If you're looking to get a head start on your Spring wardrobe, the Reef Collection includes pieces that include Rose Quartz, Limpet Shell, Snorkel Blue, and Fiesta.
Casey Sharpe: art jeweler, metalsmith, one woman business.