6 of the most classic color schemes

Below I will share 6 of the most classic color schemes , there is always one that suits you best!

There is no right or wrong in color matching, only good and better. Learn to imitate first, and then learn to innovate. When we take out a piece of clothing in the closet, how do we analyze and learn the color matching?

01 No color matching scheme

Color scheme 1: no color + no color

Take out a white top (white is achromatic) in the wardrobe. At this time, you want to match the white top with a black skirt (black is also achromatic). This combination is achromatic and achromatic.

Matching skills: add personalized accessories or shoes and bags to echo the color

Color scheme 1: no color + no color

Color scheme 2: no color + color

A white shirt in the closet, we paired it with a yellow skirt (yellow is colored, you can change it to any other colored, red, blue, green.

Just make sure that one item is achromatic.) This matching method is a colorless with a color.

Matching skills: The color of shoes and bags should echo or contrast with the color of the main colored items, or be directly achromatic.

Color scheme 2: no color + color

02 There are color matching methods

When we want to wear two or more colored items, the color matching method becomes a bit complicated. First, analyze the 4 commonly used color matching methods in daily life.

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Same-hue color matching refers to the color matching method in which all clothing items belong to the same hue, but with different purity and lightness.

The top and trousers are both blue, but the difference in color brightness and purity results in a visual difference, which makes the collocation rich in layers and at the same time has a harmonious beauty. This is the matching of the same color.

Adjacent color matching

Colors between adjacent hues on the hue circle. Such as green and blue, red and orange, etc., adjacent colors can avoid color clutter and easily achieve a harmonious and unified effect.

Adjacent color matching

Contrasting color scheme

Contrasting colors can accentuate key points and create a strong visual effect. When the area of ​​the two colors is similar, please pay attention to adjusting the purity or brightness of the colors.

Matching skills: One color is the main color, and its contrasting color is used as an embellishment, which plays the role of finishing touch.

Contrasting color scheme

Complementary color scheme

Opposite colors on the hue circle match each other, such as red with green, yellow with purple, blue with orange, to customize your harmonious color scheme

Matching skills: same as contrasting color skills

Complementary color scheme

Although we learned the color matching knowledge before, but a careful analysis is actually a total of 2 points, let us briefly sort out.

  1. Analyze the color types of a single product

Randomly take out a single item in the wardrobe and judge whether it is colored or achromatic?

Of course, most of the time, the clothing, accessories, shoes and hats we come into contact with are not only one color, but often have rich patterns, stripes, patterns and so on. At this time, you may ask, how can you identify its color tone if it is not a single color?

Identify which color has the largest area (the proportion) is the main tone. If the proportions of several colors are the same, the most eye-catching color shall prevail for color matching.

For example, the color of the flower skirt in the picture below is more complicated. The eye-catching colors are purple, green, yellow, blue, etc. The purple in the picture is very harmonious and beautiful. Of course, it will also match the colors that appear on other skirts. very harmonious.

  1. Find the right color scheme

There are 2 color matching methods without color, and 4 color matching methods with color

Find the right color scheme

In this way, step by step, you can find the basic harmonious color matching of your own.

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