Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Match your Designer Clothing through Colors

Color coordination of your designer clothes can be difficult sometimes. That is why many people just like to play it safe with black. It’s easy, simple, and it doesn’t require too much thought because many things go with black including the color itself unlike any other colors can do that well. However, black can get a tad boring if you’re wearing it day after day. These guidelines will make it easier to wear a variety of colors more frequently. Many designer in fashion world like Polo Ralph Lauren, use color schemes in creating designs for their clothing line.

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If you're the type who's always at a loss when it comes to co-ordinating outfits, these color matching combinations are perfect for your designer clothing:

  1. Baby pink: browns, tan, mint green, olive green, gray, turquoise
  2. Fuschia: gray, tan, yellows, lime green, mint green, browns
  3. Tomato red: baby blue, mint green, creamy white, gray
  4. Cherry red: blues, gray, pale orange, pale yellow
  5. Light brown: pale yellow, creamy white, blues, greens, purples, reds
  6. Dark brown: lemon yellow, baby blue, mint green, baby purple, lime green
  7. Tan: baby pink, dark brown, blues, greens, purples
  8. Pale orange: gray, browns, forest green
  9. Dark orange: pale yellow, forest green, browns, cherry red
  10. Lemon yellow: cherry red, browns, blues, gray
  11. Pale yellow: fuschia, gray, browns, tan, reds, blues, purples
  12. Golden yellow: gray, browns, blues, reds, black
  13. Lime green: tan, browns, pinks, dark orange, navy blue, gray
  14. Forrest green: oranges, light brown, tan
  15. Olive green: tan, browns, grays, creamy white, black,
  16. Mint green: brown, gray, navy blue, reds, gray, tan
  17. Turquoise: fuschia, cherry red, tan, browns, creamy white, dark purple
  18. Electric blue: golden yellow, tan, light brown, gray or silver
  19. Baby blue: reds, gray, browns, dark orange
  20. Navy blue: baby purple, tan, brown, gray, yellows, oranges, greens, reds, pale colors
  21. Baby purple: dark orange, dark purple, olive green
  22. Dark purple: tan, pale yellow, gray, turquoise, mint green, pale orange

It’s best to avoid holiday colors such as red and green, orange and black, pink and red, along with red and yellow, which bring to mind the hamburger chain with golden arches. Steer away from wearing the same color on top and bottom unless it’s black. Set aside a day to color code your closet. It could save you valuable time in the morning and get you to your destination faster. Print out the above color matching combinations and post it on your closet door to help you get dressed.

Color cooordinating your clothes is not so difficult when you know the colors that harmonize well and have a closet that has an organized layout.


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