If you’re having trouble putting together an outfit, one easy approach to get around this challenge is to select a color combination that has stood the test of time.
I’m going to discuss with you 10 good color combinations that women can wear as part of their regular outfit in this article.
In addition to more daring color choices, there will be a mix of neutral color combinations.
Let’s begin without further ado.
I’m going to start with a couple simple outfits and a classic neutral color combination.
White, Beige, and Black
Black, beige, and white are three colors that I enjoy combining together and wearing rather frequently.
You may mix and match these colors to create a wide variety of styles if you have them scattered throughout your wardrobe.
The black can be as subtle as just adding a handbag or it can be more overt and serve as the focal point of your outfit.
With whatever you have in your wardrobe, the choice is entirely yours.
Black and Beige
You can always just mix black and beige if you don’t wear a lot of white. Additionally, the combination of these two colors is incredibly lovely.
Although beige is one of those colors that doesn’t always go well with every skin tone, if you have trouble wearing it, I’d advise you to experiment with a few different shades.
Try looking for a shade that is either lighter or darker; it’s possible that the problem is just that the darker hue complements your skin more than the lighter one, or vice versa.
White and Blue
The following color combination is white and blue. You can really play around with this color combination, whether you use solid colors or add patterns and prints from your wardrobe.
You can choose between a dark navy blue and a light baby blue.
You can choose a beige ballerina flat to keep your outfit light and fresh if you’re wearing a white shirt and blue pants. But a shoe with a deeper color would also work good in this scenario.
Blue and Green
The next color combination is blue and green.
On the color wheel, blue and green are directly adjacent to one another, making them a complementary color combination.
You can layer a short green cardigan over a short blue dress and accessorize with gold jewelry and black espadrilles.
Keep in mind that you aren’t limited to using a single tone of a color when using these color combinations. In a color combination, you can actually explore the full spectrum of tones and shades of a specific color.
Burgundy and White
The following color combination is burgundy and white or cream.
To balance out the dark on the top and bottom of the outfit, pair cream pants with a burgundy-colored top and complete the look with a dark-colored shoe.
Once more, you can customize this color combination to fit your unique preferences. Perhaps you would rather wear a maroon or red-colored top or a white jean than a cream-colored one.
Black and White
Next, I’d like to discuss black and white or black and cream. This is something I wanted to add because it’s a color combination that a lot of us can easily replicate with our current outfits.
Additionally, I find the color combination is one that never fails for an outfit. When you’re truly struggling, it’s a good one to just reach for.
It’s great that black and white clothing can be dressed up or dressed down with ease.
Black, White and Rust
Rust or camely brown is a really cool color to add on top of black and white if you want to add a tiny pop of color.
The color scheme as a whole is still very neutral, but it is a highly sophisticated color scheme, and it is also extremely modern.
You can choose a simple black top in place of a cream top. With the rust on top, this all-black outfit is gorgeous. By simply adding white shoes, you can make it incredibly casual.
This is a classic illustration of how only three colors can be utilized in a single outfit, making it a lovely and simple rule to follow if you struggle with color pairings.
Purple and Blue
Blue and purple make up the following outfit color combination. I enjoy wearing a blue pair of pants and a lavender cardigan.
This color combination can also be used with maroon or a deeper, darker color of purple. It doesn’t have to be the color of a pale lilac at all.
White and Off-white
The next color combination outfit is actually fairly “colorless,” but it is absolutely worth mentioning: white and off-white.
Before I made a few ensembles, I used to believe that different shades of white could not be worn together at all.
Instead of trying to perfectly match the whites, I concluded that blending several whites would probably be preferable. It results in an appearance that is considerably more unified and complete overall.
Red and Rust
The final outfit color combination is perhaps one of my favorites because it’s yet another color combination that startled me when I put it on.
I pulled out my red cardigan and started considering what kinds of colored pants I could pair it with.
I was inspired by the rusty yellow color of the little print on the cardigan, which is why I went with my straight-leg rust pants, which I never would have imagined would work good.
It turns out, though, that these actually complement one another quite nicely.
When you have a printed item in your wardrobe, frequently the difficult work of choosing the color combination has already been completed for you. You can choose a color from that print to assist you complete the outfit because the colors in that print typically coordinate and look great together.
I pulled out my color wheel to see where these colors were situated next to one another in order to make sure they went together. They really sat adjacent to one another, making them a visually appealing color combination to pair together.
When combined together, colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel are believed to have a calming effect.
To try to create a pleasant tranquil vibe outfit, I always seek for colors that are near to each other on the color wheel.