2024 Color of the Year: Fashionable Frames in the Colors of the Moment
The highly anticipated 2024 Pantone Color of the Year, is finally here! Peach Fuzz, which Pantone calls a “velvety gentle peach” hue is said to celebrate belonging, recalibration and encourage a warm and cozy feeling.
Want to incorporate Peach Fuzz into your wardrobe for 2024?
Accessories with a velvet peach scrunchie, fuzzy scarf or shiny hairclip
Add a subtle pop of color to your workwear with a peach hued tie
Make a statement and sport a pair of peach frames or sunglasses
Not feeling the fuzz? Several other companies that specialize in color have chimed in with their own picks for 2024’s colors of the year. And with countless styles, hundreds of brands, and options at each and every price point, eyewear offers fashion-forward folks an easy way to embrace next year’s trendiest hues.
For the best glasses and sunnies in some of the colors posed to be big for 2024, check out our guide below.
Pantone 13-1023, Peach Fuzz and Coach HC6155F in Transparent Peach
Sherwin Williams, Upward and Burberry BE4371 Helena in blue
With a breezy, blissful feel, and cool silver undertones, it’s easy to see why Upward is Sherwin Williams’s 2024 Color of the Year. Reminiscent of the sky on a cloudless day, the color feels positive, relaxed, and inspiring. Want to add a bit of the blissed-out shade to your winter looks? Try the Burberry BE4371 Helena in blue. The oversized square frames and UV-protected lenses both feature a chilly blue, a perfect pair to take you from winter to spring.
Valspar, Renew Blue and Zenni Good To Be Square 4452916 in seafoam
Valspar’s Color of the Year, Renew Blue, features green undertones and a calming, minimalist vibe. It’s easy to imagine the turquoise shade splashed on the walls of a spa or coating a tranquil bedroom, and it pairs particularly well with neutrals like a sandy beige or a dusty pink. A little bit punchier than Blue Nova or Upward, incorporating Renew Blue into your closet is still a breeze with Zenni’s Good To Be Square 4452916 frames in seafoam. Add your own prescription or sun-protected lenses to create a playful and useful pair of glasses.
Behr, Cracked Pepper and Alexander McQueen McQ MQ0048SA
In a stark departure from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin William, and Valspar’s optimistic blues, Behr opted for a dark and dusty hue, Cracked Pepper. A versatile and soft black, the color is a little moody and plays well with emerging darker aesthetics. If you want to incorporate a little bit of the shadowy look into your own style, try the McQ MQ0048SA by Alexander McQueen. These sunglasses feature black frames with gunmetal gray lenses that mimic Cracked Pepper’s sooty look.
Dutch Boy Paints, Ironside and Warby Parker Braswell in Palmetto