Beloved YellowYou should be more than careful with all yellow shades and colors. It is a bright and very attractive color, but if it reflects yellow onto your face, you may appear unhealthy to others. That’s why yellow doesn’t go well with every kind of skin. It goes best with matte, non-glossy skin types.
(chinese style outfit)
Yellow harmonizes perfectly with brown, green and golden shades. Red colors such as rose, pink, and wine are not the best colors to pair with yellow shades.
Beloved OrangeOrange is considered the color of prosperity and wealth. Many people associate it with feelings of pleasure and fun. But this color is not a good choice for projecting the image of a business lady.
Orange goes great with ultra-marine colors as well as green, sky blue, white, lilac, mauve, violet and brown.
Beloved BrownIf you want your outfit to appear well thought out, you must follow the rules of color combination. Brown looks best on those with “chocolate” heads, particularly on gals with hazelnut-colored eyes and olive or darker skin. Chocolate and brown make you look trustworthy, and they encourage others to be frank with you.
(golden brown lace bolero)
Lighter shades of brown include rust, clay, brick earth, and beige. Such colors are considered neutral. They perfectly harmonize with any shade of gray, green or olive, and vintage-style dresses in such colors may be worn on many different types of occasions. Nonetheless, wine, pink, berry or other red colors won’t pair well with brown hues.
Beloved GreyGray is calm and sometimes non-attractive. Still, this color has one great trick — it controls the other colors and shades of your set, and, thus, it suitably emphasizes your appearance. If you want to perform in front of many people, a vintage-style dress in gray is just what the doctor ordered.
(chiffon outfit in grey)If you have doubts about wearing dresses in bright and vibrant colors, you should wear gray elements as well. These elements go well with many different looks.
(Nataya jacket with baroque sleeves)
Beloved BlackBlack is good for both business ladies and romantic gals. This color does attract the opposite sex, and it is the spread color for many retro-style dresses and evening events.
Black pairs perfectly with red. It also goes well with orange, yellow, lavender, mauve, pink and lime.
Beloved WhiteWhite is the color of innocence. It is the best color of all for making contrasts or for accentuating a particular part of your body or wardrobe. Black and white always go well together, even in an informal wedding dress.
Finally, we recommended that you use white, gray and black as accent colors.
Beloved VioletViolet mixed with orange, white, yellow or pink will convey an air of mystery. Psychologists claim that violet is the color of the temptress.
(boho style outfit in violet)
(vintage style dress in violet)
Beloved Lavender and MauveMauve results from the combination of two energetic colors, namely, blue and red. Many psychologists claim that mauve shades evoke nostalgia, which is probably why there are so many vintage-style dresses in these shades. Lilac, mauve and lavender “get along well together.” These colors also go great with berry, red-pink, dark blue, silver, yellow and sky blue. Sometimes these colors may pair well with different shades of brown.
(lavender babydoll dress)Beloved Turquoise Turquoise is the symbol of truth, and psychologists claim that this color also provokes interest to communication. This color makes a person calm (just like green), and it creates a relaxing effect. Turquoise looks great on dark-haired and fair-haired gals.
(Nataya corset style top)Turquoise and white will make you stand you out in a crowd of other fashionistas. It makes tender blondes into mystic temptresses, whereas dark-haired gals will look great in turquoise vintage-style dresses if they have indigo-black hair and golden brown leather accessories.