Analogous colors are harmonious to the eye while complementary colors aren’t and can give rise to color clashes. This, the human eye doesn’t like because they turn out too bright. They might not be completely out of the way as they might make you look daring and actually require a sort of experience and fashion knowledge to pull off. Popular complementary combinations include blue and orange, purple and yellow, and green and pink. For a more casual look, you can simply mute or wear a color and add a touch of it’s complimentary color to it, it will make your outfit pop!. This makes it less shouty. To be on a safer side, or when you aren’t too sure and really inexperienced about this, simply avoid this combination, my humble advice though.
Match analogous colors. These are the colors that are next to each other on the color wheel, like blue and indigo. Red goes with pink, yellow with orange, and so on.
Learn about warm and cool colors. Warm colors like yellow, orange and red are on one side of the color wheel, and cool colors like blue, green, purple are on the other side. When it comes to matching colors, temperature matters. Pair warm colors with other warm colors, and cool colors with other cool colors.
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