Using color to change the focus: A brighter or lighter blouse can pull focus off your hips. Decide where you want attention to be drawn to. (If you wear pattern on your bottom half, and want to slim your hips then wear a lighter or bright colour on your top half to draw attention up to your face.) #pear

Using Simultaneous Contrast to Change the Way a Colour Looks

working with your value contrast. Imogen's Inside Out Style blog

Value Contrast and Your Value

I should choose colours that are clear, light, cool, with medium intensity. Wear low-medium value contrast. Eg light or medium neutrals with one or two colours

Add another dimension to your style with contrast difference...after colour (warm or cool), scale (large or small patterns), and cuts (slim top/bottom with loose bottom/top).

Value Contrast and Your Value

Add another dimension to your style with contrast difference.after colour (warm or cool), scale (large or small patterns), and cuts (slim top/bottom with loose bottom/top).

Triadic Color Scheme color combo. (Wear colors that create a triangle on the color wheel)

Try looking up periwinkle, flame and charteuse to find tertiary triafic colour-scheme or look up plum, aqua/turquoise and gold to find the other tertiary triadic colour-scheme.

Choosing the right print for your contrast http://www.insideoutstyleblog.com/2014/11/7-important-factors-for-working-with-contrast

7 Important Factors for Working with Contrast

print you don’t wear: look at contrast levels & compare to your contrast – maybe there is a disconnect at contrast level, whether it’s color or value.

Choosing a print to flatter your value and contrast levels

What to Wear: Prints and Patterns, Getting the Value and Contrast Right

low contrast patterns

How to Work With Your Contrast - Low Contrast

How to Work With Your Contrast - Low Contrast - how to put together a low contrast outfit

low color contrast: monochromatic – 1 color or neutrals + 1 color up to analogous color contrast. medium color contrast: analogous to 2/3 triadic – colors adjacent on color wheel to those that form 2 parts of equidistant triangle. high color contrast: triadic to complementary – multiple colors from triads to complementary. examples: low value contrast, but vary in color contrast

7 Important Factors for Working with Contrast

Colour contrast: for medium colour contrast, wear analogous combinations (= adjacent colours) or two colours that form 2 parts of a triangle triadic)

Pinterest
Search