Not really great at picking clothes? Relax! Here’s a quick rundown of what kind of colours best suit your skin complexion

Choosing the right kind of outfit for an occasion can be a daunting task at times. A lot of factors come into play, such as event type, skin colour and so on. This article presents different outfit colours that can go with a particular skin tone.


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Fair/pale skin

Avoid clothes that blend in with your skin.

Choose colours that contrast with skin tone

If you’ve got pale skin, choose colours that contrast with your skin tone.

Colours to wear

What Colours to wear
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Dark colours, such as black, navy blue, bottle green, brown and bolder shades

Colours to ignore

Colours to ignore while shopping cloths
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Soft pastel shades or brighter shades. Avoid wearing white, yellow, red, light beige and brighter shades.

Olive/mid-tone skin

Outfits with wider spectrum of colours

Choose outfits with a wider spectrum of colours.

Colours to wear

Cloths with Mix light neutrals colours

Light colours, such as white, peach, sky blue and grey. Mix light neutrals.

Colours to ignore

Few shades to avoid wearing

Since your skin will have yellow or green undertones, avoid wearing shades of these colours.

Darker skin

Clothing tips for mid-tone skin

Much like those with mid-tone skin, people with darker skin can carry any colour easily.

Colours to wear

Add balance to your outfit

Bright colours, such as white, cobalt blue, red, etc are great but be mindful of adding balance to your outfit.

Colours to ignore

Avoid wearing dark-coloured outfits

Avoid wearing dark-coloured outfits.

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