November’s Color of the Month: Dried Herb!

As the season settles quite firmly into fall and early winter, so does our color palette and the softer hues in greens and grey dominate. Dried Herb is a rich, warm color perfect for this season.Dried Herb

“An olive green shade once thought of as strictly safari or military, PANTONE 17-0627 Dried Herb has been elevated into a color we now perceive as sophisticated and chic. Closely related to nature, Dried Herb is an organic shade redolent of nature’s earthy fragrances.” Leatrice Eiseman Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute™
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Personally, I love this color; it’s found in all sorts of fashion from shoes to coats to jewelry. It works really well when paired with warmer hues like reds or pinks, or even with more neutral colors like beige or grey.
Here are some pieces we designed that incorporate Dried Herb:
Dried Herb Earrings
Dried Herb Earrings
GA5098
Point It Out Bracelet

GA5042
Antique Artemis Earrings
GA3933
Midnight Mesa Bracelet

GA0150
Wisteria Earrings

GA4535
Tuscany Variation 3 Bracelet
GA0898
Enchanted Evening Earrings

GA1138
Sea Cucumber Bracelet

Find a huge variety of beads and components in the Dried Herb color idea to enhance all your jewelry designs!

What will you pair with Dried Herb this season?
Sam
Sam

3 comments to November’s Color of the Month: Dried Herb!

  • Doody

    I love this color. I use it quite often. I love it pared with purples, lavenders, mauve and wines. Paired with purples, this herb shade becomes a rich, warm and comfortable color to wear.

  • FusionBeads.com

    Thanks for sharing your great tip on pairing the Novembers Color of the month: Dried Herb! We couldn’t agree more!
    Happy Beading,
    Michelle

  • I love this! A color of fashion is so important for sales. Thanks for the great new ideas. We have a dried herb color hemp and I’m going to dig for some wine colored glass. So excited to start braiding.

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