1. Green and yellow
There isn't anything fresher than the smell of new cut grass on a warm summer day, and this shading mix is only that. Unique and perfect, green and yellow looks extraordinary in most compositions. If you have a warm undertone, focus on mustard, khaki, and dark green. If you have a cool hue, enhance an outfit by adding bright yellows and iridescent greens.
Try pairing a stylish yellow blazer with a simple gray skirt or pair of jeans to rock this color combination. Then add a relaxed white shirt and green accessories for a bright new look for every day. Color blocking is an easy way to add vibrancy and bring your winter wardrobe into the warmer months. Just add some solid colors to your outfit and watch the transformation. But remember, keep it simple, and don't be afraid to mix it up.
2. Pale blue and pink
Nothing says more spring than cakes. Soft pinks and blues can look subtle, but they can be eye-catching as a splash of bright color when styled the right way. This color combination will remind you of the soft scent of jasmine and the warm spring breeze.
Try a soft blue cashmere sweater with a pink jacket for a daytime look that will melt away winter remnants. Soften up a classic all-black ensemble with some pastel caramel for the arm. Layer your accessories, and don't be shy to add a pastels combo. This color combination works well with an eye-catching shoe like a white stiletto heel to match the color palette.
3. Red and blue
The red and blue color scheme is one of our all-time favorite looks. We love how you can completely transform a pair of jeans with a fitted red jacket and killer heels. It's business upstairs and parties downstairs. It's sexy without being over the top, and it enhances a casual look.
Who can miss a classic Breton striped shirt? It's the quintessential Chanel-inspired French style when worn with a pair of jeans and a red jacket. Alternatively, you can go for a cool white shirt under your coat to bring out the red colors and the contrast of your blue jeans.
4. Cobalt blue and turquoise
Pair cobalt blue with turquoise and you've got a powerful and bright color scheme. Think "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and wear this color scheme with elegance and class. You don't need to divide it up with a neutral color like white or cream. It's one of the best matches that can look great with silver and gold accessories, making for a versatile style association. Your imagination only limits you.
A royal blue dress, paired with a turquoise casual flat shoe, will see you looking perfect on any occasion. Wear this with a statement necklace, and you'll enjoy the night.
5. Orange and blue
Orange and blue is the perfect color scheme to use in a color blocking method. You can try blue pants with an orange top or choose a dress that combines both colors perfectly. For something, try a little different, with a deep navy blue color. If you decide to wear these shades, be sure to add the perfect shoe. A nude shoe will give your outfit just the right emphasis and bring all the shine together in a beautiful sunrise.