Colors and patterns in the wardrobe. How about them? — LUXURYMAG

Coco Chanel said that: “The best color in the world is the one that goes best with your skin.” There is great truth and meaning in this sentence. We all have some colors that we like and dominate in our wardrobe, and on the other hand, there are also colors that we would never wear. But is that right?

Colors according to the season

Some people love colors, others avoid them. Some follow the seasons, wearing colors in the summer and a dark coat in the winter. Another pulls out colorful pieces in the cold months to brighten up the short gray days. Someone only wears black. Some people have their wardrobe made up of pieces in a few easily combinable colors. Another cannot resist and regularly enriches either the wardrobe or the interior with pieces in the fashionable color of the year. By the way, classic blue was announced as the color of 2020.

Correctly chosen colors can do “miracles” with us. They can brighten up our skin and eyes, hide minor skin imperfections or signs of fatigue and are in harmony with us, i.e. we don’t look faint in them or, on the contrary, too flashy – we are the most expressive, not our clothes. In inappropriate colors, on the contrary, we look tired, unhealthy, as if we are lost in them. Women’s clothing has a wide range of colors, patterns and cuts, and each woman chooses what suits her best. If you have your favorite color that doesn’t suit you, but you still want to wear it, don’t dress in it from head to toe, keep it away from your face and try to combine it with another color that balances out the negative effects.

How about patterns

Patterns and their combination go hand in hand with colors, which can seem like an even tougher task. Smaller figures suit smaller patterns. Women with a boyish figure, on the other hand, can go for bolder patterns. A distinctive large pattern will draw attention to itself, so use them on parts where attention is not a problem. A smaller pattern, on the other hand, will help us disguise a lot. Always combine patterned clothing with a piece in a color that also appears in the pattern.

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Source: LUXURYMAG. Móda a módní trendy. 2018. by

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