It’s only natural to feel a little uneasy when experimenting with new tones and partnerships, as, depending on how you pair your colours, it can either make or break your outfit. That doesn’t mean you have to always stick to plain old head-to-toe black. Let Lipstiq help ya out by introducing 10 perfect clothing colour combos we guarantee will ALWAYS work, and that will 100% excite and enhance your style. Get ready to embrace the rainbow!
Before that, have a look at this colour dressing guide that’s gonna help you with other colour combos that we don’t mention in this article.
ORANGE + WHITE
Because the softness and subtlety of a neutral help to calm bright and bold orange, white and orange is a restrained-yet-energized pairing.
BLACK + KHAKI GREEN
Black is a neutral colour, so it will compliment the khaki green really well. And in this case, you are just trying to match the shoes to the pants because the black is making the khaki colour more prominent and highlighting that colour.
BROWN + ARMY GREEN
Possibly our MOST favorite colour combo of all in this list. Army green is a colour that practically doubles as a neutral since you can pair it with just about anything, but we think it looks especially great when worn with shades of brown.
BLUSH PINK + BEIGE
The soft, neutral colours of blush and beige pair perfectly together. This colour combo has a feminine touch to it, giving so much soft princess vibes!
BLACK + RED
Black and red are the two most sinister colours, as red typically conveys the meaning of blood or anger, and black is that of darkness or death. Being a very visually striking combination, this colour combo screams POWER.
GREEN + LIGHT PURPLE
Aubergine colour schemes will always be in style – it’s backed up by theory after all. As contrasting colours, purple and green go together in perfect harmony. Just check out this beautiful green and light purple fit.
GREY + BLACK
Neutral colours are always reliable. Black and grey pieces are essential in every wardrobe, no matter if you’re a minimalist or not. Grey is such an intriguing colour, so you can be assured that a great outfit will come out when you decide to pair it with black.
YELLOW + BLUE
The classic (and easiest) colour to pair with yellow is blue. Matching yellow and blue is a no-brainer as they are at opposite quadrants on the colour wheel, meaning they are generally complementary.
WHITE + BABY BLUE
White is our go-to when in doubt, and rightfully so. However, with lighter and brighter shades of blue it looks exceptionally exceptional. You can play around with colour in other elements of the outfit like the shoes or bags, but even a full white and blue outfit looks interesting and easy to wear.
BEIGE + LIGHT KHAKI
Styling your khakis with pieces from the same beige and brown colour family will instantly look elevated. We promise you that.
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