When you confidently put together an outfit and intentionally matched different pieces, you’ll feel great wearing it and so will your family. An essential aspect of matching clothes is understanding what colours go together.
Below is 10 Tips to coordinate matching outfits for the family.
Choose your colour scheme: Make sure you have a colour scheme in mind before you start with anything.
Wear neutral colours: Neutral colours make it easy to match your clothes. They consist of black, white, grey, beige, tan, olive, and navy.
Tonal or monochromatic outfits: This is when you wear different shades of one colour. Also, having the family wear different textures or patterns which can be fun. The outfits will have more contrast and depth.
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Contrast: Creating a contrast between each other outfits. The top, bottom, and shoes ensures that the entire outfit looks good on everyone. When you’re choosing complementary colours for your outfits, they don’t need to be the boldest form of the colour.
Consider the season: Unless you live somewhere with consistent weather year round, your clothes will change with the seasons. Going for light colours in the summer and dark colours in the winter.
Simplify: When coordinating it is easy to get a little over the top and want to start matching everything. Be subtle.
Match your leather: If you’re wearing leather shoes and a leather belt, make sure those match as closely as possible.
Opinions: Make sure everyone in the family are happy with the outfits and the colour scheme.
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Don’t forget to accessorise: Finding coordinating pieces can be hard. Get a pop of colour by incorporating a bow tie, or sometimes shoes. It doesn’t always have to be clothing.
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