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The Pantone Scarves Make Matching Outfits Easier for the Less Fashionable

The Pantone scarves make mixing and matching styles according to the company’s spectrum exponentially easier for the less stylishly sound individuals. Every year, Pantone announces a new color that dictates fashion and design trends for the upcoming year, but all the vibrant colors it has to offer complicates things for the less fashionable individuals.

With the Pantone scarves, which are a fabric version of the paint strips found in hardware stores, matching clothes via the color-coded blocks will become a lot easier. With alluring names like Norwegian sunset and Blushing Maid, these paint chips will add brightness to the outfit and even out fancy accessories. Like prestigious fashion brands, however, each scarf is only being sold in a limited amount of 20 and there are only a few left.