Finding the right Colour Combination can be a tough task. Many times, you’ll end up with a combination that either doesn’t work or looks too boring. And choosing colours on the opposite ends of the colour wheel will often make you look like an elf.
Thankfully, there are a few colour combinations that never fail no matter what your outfit. Try these five colour combinations the next time you don’t know what to wear…
Black and white
This is one colour combination that suits everyone and everything. Even though it may sometimes seem boring and predictable, the all over monochrome combination has stood the test of time. Irrespective of your skin tone, shape, or sense of style, a black and white combination is the most failsafe colour combo you can go for and be sure to pull it off.
Navy and burgundy
Since blue and purple will make you look like a swelling, the best alternative to go for is dark navy and burgundy. The richness of both the colours makes any outfit come alive. A burgundy shirt with a navy suit or a navy blazer with a burgundy shirt is two of the outfits that this colour combination would look good.
Brown and green
With earth tones high on style, the brown and green combination is one of the most popular looks this season. If you’re new to wearing colour, then a pair of dark green trousers is a good place to begin. It flatters most people and is subtle enough to be worn to most places. And since green is the colour of the year, there’s a whole lot of shades you can experiment with. Complement the look with a pair of brown brogues, since brown makes the ideal combo with green as both are forest tones.
Black and tan
Many would consider it boring, but black and tan together make a very elegant combination. While black makes a solid foundation, the tan imparts a different edge to the outfit, making it memorable. From shoes to watches to wallets to bags, we’ve seen this colour combination in several men’s fashion accessories. If you’ve never tried this one, it’s time you experienced the beauty of black and tan.
Pink and grey
Even till a few years ago, Pink used to be a no-no for men. But with changing times, pink has become a regular colour for men. While black and white are good to pair with any kind of pink, the combination of grey and pink is classic. Pink is a tricky colour, but not entirely impossible to wear. When combined with other neutral colours like grey, pink makes an attractive pair. Since both pink and grey are soft tones, the combination works well in spring and summer, when pastels are the rage. You can also pair a grey suit with a pink shirt.