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After assembling the base colors in the wardrobe, some men will then be tempted to try experimenting with different bolder colors and this does not have to be a challenge.
Why do you need to understand color relationships when putting together outfits, number 1:
The answer is because the color is the principal way that we can direct the eyes of others. The primary objective of any colors in an outfit should be directing the eyes of the viewer to your face and also making your face look as well colored and healthy as possible. What is the best way of going about doing that?
Why do you need to understand color relationships when putting together outfits, number 2:
In short, there are two main methods for achieving this effect with your outfits: The first of these techniques is to match the degree of contrast between the colors in your outfit to the degree of contrast between your skin tone and your hair color. The second technique is to directly repeat or otherwise echo one of your natural colors whether that be your skin tone, hair color, or eye color in the colors of one or more of the garments that make up your outfit.
How to wear and pair colors effectively, number 1:
Regarding the degree of contrast between a man’s skin tone and his hair color, men fall into one of three basic groups; high contrast, which is most typically characterized by fair skin and dark hair though the reverse could also be true for darker skinned men with dyed or graying hair, medium contrast where the colors are different but not to a large extent, and low contrast either fair-skinned with blond or graying hair or dark skin with dark hair.
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