Colour combinations can make or ruin an outfit. It’s only normal to be apprehensive while experimenting with new tones and collaborations. But that doesn’t mean you have to wear all black from head to toe. Here, we’ll walk you through a selection of colour-coordinated outfits that will stimulate and complement your style. This year, here are the clothes colour combinations you should try.
Yellow & Green
On a hot summer day, nothing beats the scent of freshly cut grass, and this colour combination is just that. Green and yellow look wonderful on the majority of complexions since they are clean & fresh. Focus on mustard, khaki, and dark green if you have a warm complexion. Add bright yellows and iridescent greens to an ensemble if you have a cool tone.
Pink & Pale Blue
Spring is defined by pastel colours. Soft pinks and blues may appear subdued, yet they can be just as striking as a dramatic burst of colour when styled right. This colour scheme will transport you to a warm spring breeze filled with the scent of jasmine. Pair a soft blue cashmere sweater with a pink jacket for a day look that will melt away any remnants of winter.
Blue & Red
Red and blue are some of our all-time favourite colour combinations.
We love how a well-fitting red blazer and fantastic shoes can transform a pair of jeans. It’s all business up top, while it’s all fun down below. It’s seductive without being overbearing, and it elevates a casual ensemble.
Turquoise & Cobalt Blue
When you combine cobalt blue and turquoise, you get a vibrant and dramatic colour combination. Consider ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s,’ and wear this colour scheme with grace and style. It’s one of those combinations that can look great with both silver and gold accessories, making it a versatile styling partnership. You don’t have to break it up with a neutral colour like white or cream, and it’s one of those combinations that can look great with both silver and gold accessories, making it a versatile styling partnership. You are only limited by your imagination.
Orange & Blue
The colour combination of orange and blue is ideal for use in a colour blocking technique. Choose blue pants and an orange top, or an item that is the perfect mix of the two colours. Try combining a burnt orange with a darker navy blue for a unique look. Whatever manner you choose to wear these shades, make sure you pair them with the right footwear. A nude shoe will add just the appropriate amount of contrast to your ensemble while also tying all of the bright colours together into one stunning sunrise.