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The art of combining colours in clothes: stylist tips.

20. February 2024

Using colour in clothing is a powerful way to express your personality and style. However, it’s not always easy to find the right colour combinations that look harmonious and attractive. In this blog, we will explore the art of combining colours in clothing and share with you stylist tips that will help you create stylish and successful looks.

1. Understanding colour theory: Before you start creating looks, it is important to understand the basics of colour theory. Knowing basic concepts such as complementary, analogous and triadic colours will help you choose the right colour combinations and create harmonious looks.

2. Start with basic colours: To create successful colour combinations, start with basic colours such as black, white, grey, neutral shades and pastels. These colours are easy to combine with each other and serve as a great base for any look.

The Art of Colour Combination: How to Combine Colours in Clothes.

3 Experiment with contrast: Contrasting colour combinations can make your look dynamic and interesting. For example, combining black and white, blue and orange or green and purple will create a spectacular and memorable combination.

4- Use accents of colour: Adding bright colour accents to your look can make it more vibrant and expressive. These can be bright accessories, shoes or clothing items that will draw attention and give your look a personality.

5. Remember balance: It is important to maintain a balance between the different colours in your look. Avoid being overloaded with colours and strive for harmony and balance.

6. Learn to use colour accents: Colour accents can add interest and brightness to your look. Choose one brightly coloured item of clothing or accessory that will attract attention and stand out from the rest of your outfit. For example, a bright scarf, bag or pair of shoes can be a great colour accent.

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7. Study seasonal colour trends: Keep an eye on seasonal colour trends and experiment with new combinations. Each season brings its own trending colours that you can incorporate into your wardrobe and create trendy looks.

8. Don’t be afraid to experiment: Clothes are your palette on which you can create. Don’t be afraid to experiment with colours and combinations, even if they seem unusual or out of the ordinary. Sometimes the most unexpected combinations can lead to surprising results.

9. Pay attention to textures: In addition to colour, pay attention to the textures of the fabrics. Combining different textures can add depth and interest to your look. For example, combining matte and shiny fabrics or rough and smooth surfaces can create a unique and eye-catching look.

10. Trust your taste: Finally, and most importantly, trust your taste and intuition. Don’t be afraid to express yourself through colours and create looks that reflect your uniqueness and personality. The art of combining colours in clothing is a fun and creative process that allows you to express your individuality and style. By following the stylist’s simple tips and experimenting

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