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rosa rugosa

Lively, rosy blush, sassier and more cool-toned than Pomegranate

pomegranate

A warm, mellowed-out, dusty fuchsia

winesap

A rich red, still bright, but warmer and a touch deeper than Peaks Ferry

maple

We all gravitated toward Maple when it first came into being—a mellow red, a deeper and less pink cousin of Pomegranate, that complements an awful lot of our other colors

malbec

Deep, dark burgundy red, more on the purple end of the spectrum than its cousin, Barolo

barolo

As far as deep reds go, Barolo is more on the brick side than Malbec's almost purple-y burgundy. Pair it with our charcoal heather Sabine or gray-blue Slate for head-turning stripes

bark

Classic dark brown—think double chocolate brownies

gingerbread

A sweet, deep brown with warm red tones. Spicy!

fox

A lighter take on Gingerbread, this shade is a deep orange-brown

peaks ferry

Classic red, when the brightest pop of color is necessary

poppy

Bright, bright tomato red. Eye-popping color

clay

Terra cotta meets rose quartz in this warm, wonderful shade

sedum

Big sister to Clay, a deep, warm terra cotta that borders on brown. Try it with Belize and Slate for some really pretty color work

nasturtium

Warm orange, like a blaze of autumn foliage

apricot

Just like its namesake, sweet and creamy

shell

Slightly deeper and warmer than Dogwood, this gorgeous pink captures a worn and weathered scallop shell

dogwood

Sweetest pale pink, slightly cool

petal

The faintest, creamy, peach-pink

canvas

A very light tan, like sail canvas

chanterelle

The perfect mushroom shade with a slightly pink cast to it. Irresistible with blues like Bird's Egg and Belize

twig

Like a cup of hot chocolate. Truly yummy

root

A very neutral medium brown with lots of gray and green

camel

A really lovely, slightly orange-y tan. Great for a classic and cozy turtleneck pullover

honey

A classic favorite for Quince fans and staffers alike. Prettiest gold with a slight hint of green—warm and dark

carrie's yellow

This pretty vintage yellow is akin to mustard powder. Plays particularly well with all of our gray shades, solid or heathered

goldfinch

A light, lemon yellow, sunny and bright

leek

Palest light green, like newly unfurling leaves

bosc

Like the pear, a crisp yellow-green

split pea

An understate pale green with warm tones, square in the middle of Leek and Wasabi

wasabi

A grayed-out sage green with just a hint of yellow. A dusty cousin to our Split Pea