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How to Mix and Match Colours

How to Mix and Match Colours

By Everly Rubio
 
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Life is dull without any colours, right? But when it comes to clothing and fashion, mixing and matching colours can be an intimidating task. You look at your closet and realize that you own only various shades of black, and you’re not exactly sure how to style it with other colours. Or you tend to stay on the safe side by just using neutrals. Using the same colour palette can become boring in the long run, and you’ll find yourself craving for the sparkle of colour in your closet. It’s hard to find out which colours work well together so we’re here to give you tips on how to mix and match colours with ease! 
 
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Know your Primary Colours 
Let’s go back to the basics. Remember all those colour classes you had while you were in kindergarten? They’re very useful in fashion. Knowing that primary colours — red, yellow, and blue — form the basic structure of other colours comes in handy. For example, yellow and blue makes green. They are the primary shades that create all the other colours. Understanding them can help you create a colour palette of your own.  
 
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Use a Colour Wheel
Okay, say you don’t have the patience in understanding colour theory. The best alternative (or more like a cheat sheet) is to use a colour wheel. The colour wheel comprises of essential colours - primary, secondary, and tertiary. Colours that are next to each other are considered analogous colours, meaning they complement or go well together. On the other hand, colours that occupy the opposite sides of the spectrum contrast each other. You can easily printout a copy of the colour wheel or save a picture on your phone as a guide. 
 
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Match the Colour with your Skin Tone 
Have you ever wondered why some of your clothes make you look dull, pale, or sometimes just plain awkward? It actually has something to do with our natural skin tone and undertone. Some people may look great in a striking orange dress, while you might look like a pumpkin in comparison. Knowing your skin tone will be easier in matching shades and hues that will enhance your natural complexion. There are three types in identifying your skin tone, namely warm, cool, and neutral. You’re warm if you have an olive, yellowish, and green undertone. You’re cool if you have a bluish undertone. And lastly, you are neutral if you can’t easily identify if you have a warm or cool undertone. 
 
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Be Monochromatic 
If you still find it intimidating to mix and match colours start by wearing an outfit with one shade of colour. Monochromatic doesn’t have to be black or gray. You can try a yellow outfit ensemble by incorporating different hues of yellow, or you can stick to just one bold shade of the colour. It’s a great way in understanding hues and shades of the colour palette and will make you want to explore more colour options for your next outfit.  
 
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Try Contrasting Colours 
I know what you’re thinking. You’ve finally gotten the whole mix and match drama, and now you have to contrast colours? As confusing as that may sound, contrasting colours can also complement each other. Use the colour wheel again as your guide. Mix a bold colour with a pastel hue to balance out the tones or try different shades. 
 
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Use Metallic Colours
Neutrals have always been the go-to safe colours of every fashionista. But if you truly want to standout, metallic colors will be your new colour palette. Gold, silver, and bronze are the usual hues. You can wear them monochromatic, match them with neutrals for a more glam look, or use them as an accent colour of your outfit. Just don’t overdo your metals as you don’t want to look too flashy.   
 

 

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