Best Colour Combinations to Wear!
It’s simple to grow bored with your clothes in the midst of winter. You’ve been wearing winter clothing for months, it’s overcast and grey outside, and winter is still going strong. But because spring is still a few weeks away, how can you breathe new life into the clothes you wear every day? with hues!
And we are not just talking about adding one bold flash of colour to your ensemble today; the vibrancy, vivacity, and delight of your clothing is greatly influenced by the way you pair colours.
Although navy and orange are typically associated with maritime themes, they have a significant impact when combined with contemporary designs. And using strong, solid blocks of colour is one way to dramatically amplify the impact.
For example, wearing an orange trench over navy separates or a dark blue dress with orange shoes is trendy, stylish, and joyful.
Now that burgundy is a fall/winter neutral, it’s time to pair it with a novel colour, like blush. Although blush may seem a touch spring-like, it makes a refined statement when combined with burgundy (click here for other uncommon burgundy colour combos).
If you’re hesitant to wear two colours together, you can use texture to make one (or both) of the colours appear less intense.
Adding yellow and green is a terrific method to stand out when you want to be seen. In addition, keep in mind that accessories can be just as effective at bringing life to your clothes even if you don’t have both yellow and green clothing hanging in your closet. Three ensembles that transform with a simple change of accessories can be found in this blog post.
You can intentionally (or unconsciously) choose a warm combination, a cool combination, or a warm and cool contrast when selecting colours to wear. Fuchsia and red are a warm colour combination that is often noticed. It exudes confidence and declares, “I adore colour!”
We always go towards teals, blues, and greens when I want to play with a colder combination. When worn together, they feel modern and street-smart and mirror the colours of the water, grass, and sky.
It’s not necessary to mix vivid and powerful shades when combining colours; a neutral background and a bright accent can still result in a stylish and sophisticated combination. We frequently use the colour combination of grey and yellow, especially for clients who favour grey but are open to trying a “pop.”
Hope it helps!