Pumpkins are orange. Carrots are orange. Oranges are orange. Sometimes, it’s best paired with brown or black to create an unique combination.
What makes orange special? Well, orange would be perfect for Halloween, especially for jack-o-lanterns. It is usually the color of the prisoners’ uniforms. It is most commonly seen in highways through traffic cones and (sometimes) safety jackets to warn the passers-by of dangers ahead. Orange is commonly used for promoting awareness and prevention of self-injury. Its closer color, deep saffron, is the sacred color of Hinduism and the color of the Buddhist monk’s robes.
Orange signifies a variety of things: autumn, warning, Halloween, fire, optimism, warmth, ambition, etc. It is the most flamboyant color among all colors. Remember, three words best describes orange: vibrant, significant, helpful.
Bright as it is, it would make a nice color this Halloween season, whether for fun, or on the road. For the (pumpkin) jack-o-lanterns, it’s your month!