More times than often people are generally afraid to play with color. I tend to think that it is mostly because of their fear of not “matching”. Little do they know that the colors they least expect could be the most complementary to each other! Sounds crazy, huh? Let me tell you what I’m talking about.
Here’s some fashion tips…When finding complementary colors in jewelry, you must first have an understanding of basic color theory. All colors that are made stem from our basic three primary colors: red, blue, and yellow.
When mixing any two of these colors, our secondary colors are birthed: orange, violet, and green. From there, mixing a primary with a secondary opens up the doors to infinite combinations! Want to dress up a bold purple dress? Try sprucing it up with green or orange accessories. Not quite ready to go that far? Try the monochromatic approach, meaning using one color in various shades. Need an example? Try a deep royal blue with an aqua blue and sky blue combination! Don’t worry; you don’t have to be a color expert over night! You can play with color combinations at your discretion and in your own time. You will be surprised at how a splash of color here or there can change the entire look of an outfit. To learn more about complementary colors, simply search online for color combinations, fashion tips and color theory. Happy color play!!