Pairing different colours with each other can either make or break your outfit. It is natural to get nervous while experimenting with different colour schemes. But it is not necessary to stick to the same old head-to-toe black anymore. Here are a variety of clothing colour combinations that will make your outfit look bold and enhance your style. Take a look-
The pink and grey combination looks great together. There are absolutely no limitations with the way you can style these colours together. A dark grey pant along with a soft pink top, for instance, will really complement each other. The colour scheme can also be extended through accessories.
Tans and light neutral colours can be hard to style. But, if styled well with deep rich colour like maroon, it will be like a match made in heaven. The key to keeping it exciting and suitable for all skin tones is to ensure you mix texture and hue. Maybe a corduroy skirt and a satin camisole will look perfect together. Also, though fashion trends usually advise steering clear of keeping the same colour scheme from top to bottom, this is one look where it is not necessary to play by rules.
The red and blue colour combination is an all-time favourite. It can completely transform your look if you wear a pair of jeans with a tailored red jacket and killer heels. It looks sexy without being over the top, and it also smartens up a casual look. Wearing a crisp white shirt underneath the jacket will highlight the brightness of the red and the contrast of the blue jeans.
Nothing looks better than pastels. Soft pinks and blues may feel too soft when you think of it, but, when styled right, they can be as eye-catching as a bright pop of colour. This combination might even remind you of jasmine and a warm spring breeze. Try combining a soft blue cashmere sweater along with a pink jacket for a candy-like look.
The green and yellow colour combination suits each other well and reminds one of the smells of freshly cut grass on a warm summer's day. This combination looks great on almost all complexions. If you have a darker skin tone, focus more on shades like mustard, khaki, and dark green. If you have a light skin-tone, sharpen up an outfit by adding bright yellows and iridescent greens.