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Top 50 Packaging Ideas in November

#50 Anatomical Dairy Packaging
#49 Zero Waste Food Packaging
#48 Simplistic Eco-Friendly Egg Cartons
#47 Ferris Wheel Cosmetic Packaging
#46 Glitzy Six-Pack Designs
#45 Effect-Focused Cannabis Brands
#44 Elegant Men's Care Products
#43 Sophisticated Popsicle Concepts
#42 Chocolate-Inspired Lipsticks
#41 Traditional Medicinal Packaging
#40 Youthful Gin Bottles
#39 Crystal-Inspired Candles
#38 Unbranded Beauty Essential Lines
#37 Edible Chocolate Packaging
#36 Collaborative Stationery Creams
#35 Rebranded Millennial Supplements
#34 Minimalist Collaborative Agendas
#33 Plastic-Packaged Rosé Wines
#32 Personalized Bean Cans
#31 Jewelry-Inspired Makeup Collections
#30 Handcrafted Small Batch Sodas
#29 Ergonomic Flower-Inspired Bottle Caps
#28 Single-Serve Seed Containers
#27 High-End Graffiti Noodle Branding
#26 Ireland-Inspired Potato Chips
#25 Subtle Pill Boxes
#24 Palm Tree Packaging
#23 Bauhaus-Inspired Juice Bottles
#22 Director-Designed Tequila Bottles
#21 Unicorn Pony Cosmetic Collections
#20 Champagne-Inspired Carbonated Drinks
#19 Shareable Ganache Sets
#18 Superfood Condiment Collections
#17 Millennial-Targeted Makeup Lines
#16 Cleaning Company Rebrandings
#15 Musical Champagne Packages
#14 Ancient Grain-Packed Pastas
#13 Disney-Themed Charitable Cosmetics
#12 Premium Prepackaged Noodle Bowls
#11 Prepackaged Almond Milk Drinks
#10 Canteen Pill Packaging
#9 Customizable Granola Packaging
#8 Brazilian Caramel Collections
#7 Alpine eCommerce Packaging
#6 Prepackaged BBQ Meats
#5 Concentrated Cleaner Concepts
#4 Refreshingly Simple Rice Beers
#3 Cartoon Chihuahua-Themed Eye Shadows
#2 Fresh Cream Liqueur Collections
#1 Easy-Resealing Packaging Film
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From Chic Popsicle Concepts to Pastel Notebook Collections

When many associate the fall season with neutrals and jewel tones, the November 2017 packaging trends demonstrate that the pastel hues that have dominated the earlier half of the year are not going anywhere.

Riding the continued popularity of 'Millennial Pink,' a number of brands have turned to pastel hues to evoke an Instagram-friendly aesthetic. One brand that has embraced this concept, is Starbucks Korea, which recently teamed up with Pantone to release a line of pastel planners in soothing shades such as pale pink and light blue. Similarly, GIN ME 5.0 also opted for trendy blue and pink hues when tinting the bottles for its premium gin.

With pastels continuing to dominate into the colder months, the November 2017 packaging trends demonstrate that picture perfect packaging is more important to brands than ever before.
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