can make or break an ensemble, whether you are dressing for
party, office or wedding it makes a lot of difference. The
shade of colour you wear can make all the difference to your
attire. Personality is not simply about looking attractive,
but it is colour sense and knowing the trick of playing with
colours and wearing appropriate colour at the appropriate
time and occasion. Proper dress code with proper colur code
even boosts up your moral and you feel more comfortable and
also make a lot of difference to the image you project.
For office wear in western outfits try out colours like khakis,
olives, navy blue, black, beige and off-whites in synthetic
fabrics. For Indian wear try wearing cottons linens in fresher
tones of peaches, mints, light powder blues and mauves in
delicate, soft and classic prints.
Planning proper colour combinations is also something, which
should be natural, and it should give a softer and smooth
feel and finish to your colour code as well as personality.
Thus if you plan to wear a black trouser, then match it withy
a sleeveless jacket in another colour. Add two or three options
in neutrals, pastels and a dark bright colour to pair with
the trousers. Similarly darker bottoms with lighter tone tops
work out as a practical choice and look great. Team dark brown
colour with rust and see the effect. This combination looks
excellent and gives a brighter and warmer look. Similarly
grays can be paired with blues to achieve cooler looks.
Planning eveningwear also seems tough but it is not. Only
proper dressing sense with a little bit effort of style and
colour choice makes your evening enjoyable and lovely. Evening
wear no doubt is more design and trend oriented therefore
choose it in metallic sheens of dark and bright colours in
streamlined clean cuts, offset with colourful scarves, brooches
and other accessories. Your evening wear colour scheme must
be in blacks, grays, jewel tones of ruby reds, jade greens
and mauves, tones of gold and silver convey a feeling of mystery.
colour can be used to shape your personality and image and
gives you more confidence. Though it is not easy to choose
proper colour to match the occasion every time but it is possible
to refine or nurture the senses. Refining or nurturing the
senses results from the extent to which you familiarize yourself
with colours and colour codes. This type of experience allows
you to increase your sense of hues. Thus try to keep the ambience
in mind and the occasion for which you have to prepare yourself
and then you can opt for various possibilities.