There are endless possibilities in clothing for women. If we talk particularly about daily wear clothes, like the ones you would wear to college or on a casual outing with friends, t-shirts come handy with a pair of jeans. For a more simple or contemporary look, plain Tees with jeans or skirts in Neutral colors like Black, white and grey is the guaranteed proven look over the years. Now, as I said there are endless possibilities, I will now discuss different looks you can achieve with the help of graphic t-shirts in terms of color matching.
The Monochrome Look
Monochrome attire would have just one primary color like Red, Blue and Yellow. Neutral colors also work great in this scheme. This might not sound very convincing but when executed properly it can do wonders for you. You can also use different shades of the same color to match your T-shirt with bottom wear. While monochrome theme creates a modern look, it also makes you look slimmer and taller. For example Yepme I love Paris Blue Tee can be paired with a dark blue pair of jeans or even shorts. Greys can also be used with black for a monochrome look.
Complement those colors
This look creates a brighter and colorful look. The traditional color wheel suggests that Green can be worn with Red. Do you think it is an unusual combo? Well, yes if you are visualizing the basic shade but changing the hues would do wonders for you. If one color is darker, then make the other one a little lighter. I guarantee that shades would make a big difference for you. This is the color scheme which works best during spring and summers.
Analogy in Colors
Hues and shades which are similar can also be used sparingly in your attire. The best application of this is in accessories like your shoes, belt and bag. If you have a lot of blue in your attire, you can use colors like Aquamarine and Indigo for you accessories or vice-versa.