Combine Your Outfit Colours Like A Pro

Combining colours can be a daunting process if you have a wardrobe full of amazing outfits and wonderful colours. You open that wardrobe and find that you many outfits with lots of colours. How do you combine that mustard yellow skirt with a blouse? Sometimes, we are at a loss when it comes to selecting the right outfit for an event.

If you have colour challenge, we got you covered with some of the best tips to go about your selection. We believed with these tips, you can become a professional with your colour selection.

Stick with monochromes

By monochromes, we mean colors of the same type. If you feel comfortable with your colours, it might not be easy to experiment with other colours. While you can wear your colours without getting bored or strange in them, it might not be the best for a fashionista. You can do something with your colours by sticking with monochromes. You can decide to wear different shades of your colour to give you something different.

Mix and match primary colours

What do you know about primary colours? In primary school, we were taught how to blend these colours. However, blending these colours excellently is what sets you apart as a professional. You should not be afraid of rocking that yellow blouse over your red pants. Try to be creative when it comes to the primary colour.

Try Contrasting Colours

You can become better with your colour selection when you try contrasting colour. If you know the colour wheel, it gets better for you. However, you can learn how to use the colour wheel to make your selection. With the wheel, it becomes easier for you to pick your outfits.

Go Analogue 

How do you go analogue with your colours? You can wear colours that can complement each other. You can rock your greens with your yellow, your reds with your pinks. Whatever you wear, you should be confident of them.

With the colour wheel, you can get an overview of the colours. Yellow, blue, and red are primary colours that are evenly divided to leave a third part of the wheel. The secondary colours; orange, violet, and green are halfway between the primary colours.

When it comes to selecting colours, details are important. The details are displayed in three measures

  • Hue (the color itself)
  • Saturation (the intensity of the color)
  • Brightness (the amount of white or black mixed together with the color).

You should learn how to blend colours in your outfits. You can make a difference with the way you select your colours. A wrong colour combination can give you a bad impression as a fashionista. That means you should learn how to use these colours to your satisfaction.