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WAYS TO SUCCESSFULLY PUT MORE CREATIVITY INTO YOUR DAILY COLOR MATCHES
What color do you like most? Which color group are most of your clothes resorted to? Are there color matching rules?
Well, I think most people don't have concrete answer to questions above how things match. You can consult your family or friends for some suggestions. Otherwise you can try some kinds of possibilities and take photos to analyze your look for yourself to see how you are, and ask yourself why your outfits do or do not work.
But here I still want to present some basic rules of color matches to you all. If you just don't want to look weird, there may be something you should know more about.
Red could be associated with blood or the source of life and it also represent the consciousness of strong self independence. The combination of red, yellow and gray is a classic match for the similar color rule. This match works if you want to highlight the light gray or dark gray silk scarf. The yellow contrast shows the dynamic. The active of red and the passive of gray create a sense of balance so it unexpectedly demonstrates a distinctive trendy sweet. Red to red is the basic color match with the similar color rule. But for the red, it will make a strong effect.
Green is the representation of trees or forest which gives you a feel of nature world. Based on the contrast color rules, the green clothes coupled with orange silk scarves can associate it with the flowers in the tropical forest. If you like the contrast color match, the brown scarf can go well with green clothing and it looks peaceful and elegant. The light green, red, and yellow are three basic colors so you can also refer to that combination.
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