Monochrome technically means shades of the same colour: white-grey, light-grey, grey, dark-grey, charcoal, etc. But it can also mean dressing all in the same hue. While the latter tends to be trickier to pull off, it definitely works in an all-grey suit for example. Monochromes are both easy and chic, in style in 2018, and can be matched in practically any way. Check it out.
A solid, tried and true colour approach, especially for men, is matching a variety of earth tones, or â€śneutralsâ€ť. While this can include a big range of colours, it generally encompasses tans and browns, dark greens and olives, greys, blacks, and water tones. They all go well together making for a quick, easy, and fashionable outfit.Â Find out more.
Analogous vs. Complementary
Most people think complementary colours â€ścomplementâ€ť one another. In art, where the term originates, it means opposite. Complementary colours are directly opposite one another on the colour wheel. Red â†’ Green. Blue â†’ Orange, etc. Analogous colours are beside each other; red â†’ orange â†’ yellow. In clothing, analogous tends to mix better because you get shades of similar colours. Complementaries are highly contrasting and can quickly get circus-like in a single outfit.
One colour accent
A great style approach is to wear an outfit of similar, monochromatic shades, and add a single pop of colour. A tie, a blazer, or a killer pair of bright Vans against a muted backdrop makes an outfit really sing without needing to put in a lot of effort.
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