If you look good, you feel good. Who doesn’t want that? Color is one of the most important aspects of dressing well, and it can be intimidating if you don’t really know where to start. But don’t worry! We’ve created the perfect guide to finding your perfect color combination so that you can look and feel great all day long.
When 2 colors are next to each other and they both have a high contrast level, the overall appearance will be that of a high contrast combination.
When 2 colors are next to each other and they both have a high contrast level, the overall appearance will be that of a high contrast combination. These combinations are bold and eye-catching, which makes them ideal for creating a modern look. They can also be used in more traditional settings as well with great results.
If you want to create a low contrast or monochromatic look, choose fabrics that are within 1-3 steps on the color scale.
If you want to create a low contrast or monochromatic look, choose fabrics that are within 1-3 steps on the color scale. This means clothing of the same color, clothing with the same color but different shades, clothing with the same color but different tints and so on.
Wearing an outfit with colors that are 3 steps or less apart on the color scale is also a low contrast look and can be very flattering.
A low contrast look is also good for people with a warm skin tone. In this case, the colors that are 3 steps or less apart on the color scale are likely to look more flattering than those with higher contrast. This can be because light colors make it harder to hide imperfections on your face and body.
Another reason why low contrast looks are great is because they complement light hair colors and light colored eyes. If you have dark hair or brown eyes, it’s best not to wear very bright color combinations as they may make you look washed out and tired!
The color wheel is basically a scale of colors arranged in relation to each other according to hue.
The color wheel is basically a scale of colors arranged in relation to each other according to hue. Hue is the name of a color and it’s also the main property that distinguishes one color from another (like red, orange, yellow and so on).
Color combinations with each color being more than three steps apart on the color scale such as brown and pink, yellow and purple and red and blue will form medium contrast combinations.
Medium contrast combinations are more dramatic than low contrast combinations and less dramatic than high contrast combinations. Medium contrast combinations can be very flattering, but they’re not as common as low or high contrast combinations.
Medium-contrast color schemes pair colors that are three steps apart on the color scale. For example, brown with pink or yellow with purple fall into this category of medium-contrast color schemes.
Looking great is easy if you know where your colors are on the color wheel.
When it comes to your wardrobe, you have several options:
You can stick with one color family and wear garments that are all the same hue. This is what’s known as a monochromatic look.
You can wear different hues that complement each other well. This is called a contrast combination.
You can go for a bolder look by wearing multiple contrasting colors at once! This makes for a high-contrast combination.
The color wheel is a great tool for anyone who wants to look their best. It shows you where your colors are on the spectrum and how they relate to each other. It can help you choose outfits that complement each other and make sure that every item in your closet works well with each other. We hope this blog helps you next time you’re shopping and putting an outfit together, if you have any questions please click in the chat with us button on the bottom right of this page to get your questions answered live.