Choosing colors to wear won’t be possible without talking about the ancient form of color referencing which is the “color wheel”. The color wheel is a diagram of colors that provides a useful illustration of what colors match and what colors don’t work well together.
This includes Blue, Yellow, and Red. These colors are bold and eye-catching, and they never really go out of style.
These are gotten from the combination of two primary colors and they include Green, Purple and, Orange.
These are gotten from the mixture of equal amounts of primary and secondary colors together. It includes Yellowish Orange, Reddish Orange, Reddish Violet, Bluish Violet, Bluish Green and, Yellowish Green. Note that Violet is the same as Purple
Monochromatic colors are colors gotten from the shade, tint and, tone of a particular reference color which is the “Hue” and this can be any color. Here is the formula;
Having a monochromatic look implies that you mix the tones, tints, and shades of that color.
Analogous colors are colors that are beside each other on the color wheel, just like a color that is next to one another. They are sometimes called family colors.
Complimentary colours which are colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel. Colors opposite on the wheel are complementary colors.
Now, with these, let’s start unlocking some tricks that would help you make choosing colors to wear easy and beautiful.