Adjoining colors – Analogues (or adjoining colors) go very well if they are similar. For example, blue and indigo are good analogue colors. These are next to each other on the color wheel and make a good combination.
The Classic White – A plain, immaculately clean and crisp white collared shirt works with anything. Pair it up with formal pants, or just denims and you are assured a great look.
Using Greys Intelligently – Grey is one those colors which spells class and poise. Use this to match paler shades. Dark grey trousers with light colors of shirts are a perfect combination for office wear.
The Power of Neutral – Neutral shades like blacks, whites, greys, and shades of beige are great to balance your wardrobe. These work well with brighter shades and are the safest colors for trousers.
Discovering your own colors – Color selection helps not only within apparel components but also with your own complexion. For example, skin tone and eye color play an important role to choose the right shade of your apparel. If your skin and eyes are light, warm shades like yellows, hot pinks and royal blues are best suited. For darker skin tones, cool shades of color like blues, green, aqua and even pale browns fit well.
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