How to wear colour without any cause for fear

A lot of people are hesitant to experiment with colours in their wardrobe- especially candy colours. Mix and matching different hues can be intimidating if you do not know what exactly should go with what.

Colours are magical and a lot of it with clothes is not a bad thing. In fact, it has been scientifically proven that colours affect our disposition and moods. So the next time you feel dreary know that a bit of colour could help change your mood.

We want to help you make that fashion blend and so we came up with a few easy tips. These tips encourage you to add colour to that next OOTD you want to drop on the Gram.

Here are 5 easy tips for wearing colour without pain of embarrassment.

Start with a bold lip.

Coloured lipstick is never unwanted. On days with no hard make-up a shade of pink and red, or even orange (if you are feeling frisky) can help change your look from a 0 to a 100%. Stay smart with a colour that matches your skin tone.

Use pastel hues first.

Pastel hues tend to have a low contrast and that all the better for you to get acquainted with them . Using pastel colours can easily help blend with your casual or even work outfit.

Get basic outfits in you favourite colour.

We’ve zeroed down to your favorite color. A splsh of red, a dash pf blue. Now get a basic piece in your chosen hue. It would be seamless to incorporate. A vest, an overall, a sweater or even a neckscarf, could easily be gotten and used to help you get that candy-pop look. Plus, this could considerably help you get comfortable wih colourful clothes.

Add colourful accessories.

Jewelry, hats, bracelets. The whole lot of them are easy accessories that could be incorporated to get you a colourful look. Especially when u make one your standout piece.

Paint your nails.

This is by far the easiest way to wear colour without coming off as eccentric. You can go fruity-tooti with different colours if you are feeling adventurous or stay minimalist with one colour to complement your outfit of the day.





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