Sometimes vibrant, sometimes subtle—there’s a shade of coral for everyone this season.
By Emily L. Foley
Whether you take your style cues from the runway or the seaway, you can’t go wrong with a cheerful coral as the weather turns warm. Reminiscent of sunsets, sea life and perhaps even your favorite flower, the bright and versatile color adds a little extra panache to any outfit or room. And the best part is that the shade of the season comes in a variety of tones and depths, so there’s a hue perfectly suited to any taste.
Clockwise from top: Honey Peach Toyo hat, $330, by Eugenia Kim (eugeniakim.com); Feriha jacket in firework, $365, Amya Solid Silver Ball blouse in navy, $325, Atty embellished short in crème brûlée/deep sapphire, $598, 440 Top Handle small color block bag in apricot/chalk/black, $545, all by Diane von Furstenberg, at Sea Island Shop (912-634-3138; dvf.com); Summer Blend Tonal Diamond V-neck, $145, by Peter Millar, at Sea Island Golf Club Pro Shop at The Lodge (912-638-5118; petermillar.com); Pom Pom sarong in coral, $179, by Melissa Odabash, at Sea Island Surf Shop (912-634-3123; odabash.com); Safi cotton maxi kaftan, $374, by Melissa Odabash, at Sea Island Surf Shop.
Clockwise from top: Phulkari embroidered pillow cover, $49.50, by Pottery Barn (potterybarn.com); Rosie Settee, $1,779, by Key City Furniture (horchow.com); Tango Mandarin box candle, $29.50, by Archipelago, at Details on St. Simons Island (912-634-8884; archipelago-usa.com); Cristobal by Raynaud Teapot, $523, by Michael C. Fina (michaelcfina.com); Raspberry/coral/metallic Silver Poppy napkin, $16, by Vietri, at Accents Marketplace on St. Simons Island (912-638-2030; vietri.com)