Combine the colors right

Pairing the right color combination can make or break your outfit so if your wardrobe could lend itself to Marilyn Manson with its vast array of black, black and more black, then fear not because we have ten perfect clothing color combinations and style tips that will excite you, ladies!

1. Green and Yellow

There’s nothing crisper than the smell of freshly cut grass on a warm summer day, and this color combination is just that. Fresh and clean Green and yellow looks great on most complexions. If you’re warm toned then focus on mustard, khaki and dark green while if you’re cool toned then sharpen up an outfit by adding bright yellows and iridescent greens.

A smart yellow blazer can be paired with a simple grey skirt or a pair of jeans. Just add green and gold accessories to your look and a fresh white shirt and you will instantly create a bright new everyday look.Green-and-Yellow-Colour-Combinations.jpg But remember, keep it simple and don’t be afraid to mix it up.



2. Pale Blue and Pink

Nothing says spring more than pastels. Soft pinks and blues may sound subtle but when styled in the right way, can be just as eye-catching as a bright pop of color. This color combination will remind you of the soft scent of jasmine and a warm spring breeze.

Try a soft blue cashmere sweater with a pink jacket for a day look that will melt away any remnants of winter. Soften up a classic all black look with some pastel arm candy. Layer your accessories and don’t be shy to add a combination of pastels. This color combination works well with a statement shoe like a white stiletto to even out the color palette.



3. Red and Blue

Red and blue color combination are one of our all-time favorite looks. We love how you can totally transform a pair of jeans with a tailored red jacket and a pair of killer heels. It’s business up the top and a party on the bottom. It’s sexy without being over the top, and it smartens up a casual look.

Who can go past a classic Breton striped shirt? It is every bit the quintessential French Chanel inspired look when added to a pair of jeans and red blazer or, you can include a crisp white shirt underneath your jacket to highlight the brightness of the red and contrasting blue of your jeans.



4. Cobalt Blue and Turquoise

Combine cobalt blue with turquoise and you have a color match that is powerful and bright. Think ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ and wear this color combination with elegance and class. You don’t necessarily need to break it up with a neutral color like white or cream, and it’s one of those combinations that can look great with both silver and gold accessories making a versatile styling partnership. Your imagination only limits you.

A regal blue dress, paired with a casual flat turquoise shoe will see you looking picture perfect regardless of the occasion. Pair it with a statement necklace and you’ll be dreaming of nights spent dancing in Santorini.




5. Orange and Blue

Orange and blue is the perfect color scheme to use for color blocking technique. Opt for blue pants and add an orange top or choose a piece that mixes the perfect blend of both colors. For something a little different, try a burnt orange mix with a darker navy blue. Whichever way you choose to wear these shades, be sure to add the perfect shoe. A nude shoe will give just the right emphasis to your outfit and tie all the brightness together into one lovely sunrise.




6. Tan and Maroon

Tans and light neutral colors can be hard to style and leave you looking drab and rundown, but if you style them with a deep rich color like maroon, you will have 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 so try a corduroy skirt with a satin camisole. And while fashion trends usually advise you to steer clear of keeping the same color scheme from head to toe this is one look where you need not play by the rules.




7. Orange and Black

Whether it’s a dress that perfectly combines this brilliant colour combination or individual items, orange and black, is the new black. Nothing lifts a black outfit more than a bright, bold color and orange certainly does it.

Don’t be shy to wear a bright colored pant. Try a high-waisted flare pant and flaunt those killer abs with this season’s must-have item, a black crop top. For those of us who prefer to keep the six pack undercover, try a loosely tucked-in oversized sweater. Whatever you pair it with, don’t forget to add some luxury to the delectable Max Mara Zebra Printed Ponyskin bag.





8. Pink and Grey

Pink and grey is a great look which you can utilize all year-round with some versatile pieces. There are no limitations with the way that you can use this clothing color combination. A dark grey pant with a soft pink top can look as equally complimentary. Extend the color theme through to your accessories and don’t forget to include this seasons must have item – the wide brim hat.




9. Purple and Coral

Coral was once reserved for your nanas lipstick but the color made famous by Ita Buttrose has now taken its place as one of the most versatile shades. Wearing purple and coral with confidence will make the perfect summer outfit.

Coral is flattering for all skin tones, and the deep rich tones of purple give it just the right amount of contrast to ensure it’s not too striking. Try a coral top matched with a bright purple bag or shoe and break it up a little with some gold accessories.





10. Plum and White

While white goes with anything, nothing looks more fantastic than when it’s paired with plum. We love the partnership of white with any shade of plum. It makes your skin look creamy, and it just oozes femininity and sensuality. This marriage is so versatile that you can also mix in some gold and silver accessories and convert a daytime high tea look to a night out with friends.







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