4 Colors You Should Wear More Often

Pink ~ Pink is the ultimate fountain of youth, as it adds a fresh glow to any woman who wears it. The best way to wear it is head-to-toe, however if you love a feminine vibe or in small doses then tie a pink scarf close to your face for a less girly look. Pink mixes great with neutrals and denim. It can even translate perfectly to cocktail dressing.
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Violet ~ A little bit of purple, a touch of blue. This flattering hue is soft enough to work on any complexion but vivid enough to brighten features. The best way to wear it is in cozy knits like sweaters and scarves, and as a bright alternative for cocktail dresses. Violet works perfectly with dark neutrals, so it is ideal as a color pop under a black, gray or navy jacket.
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Bright Blue ~ Sure, it is bright and bold, but blue is such a wearable color for most skin tones that it works well (unlike other brights like lime green). Bright blue makes a great after five color, especially when it is done up in shiny fabrics. It also works for everything from basic tees to wool coats. Bright blue is also the perfect accent color for accessories.
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Purple ~ A rich jewel tone, deep purple flatters everyone from dark skin tones to fairer skin. Do not save deep purple just for colder months. A darker shade of purple adds a jolt of sophistication to work wear when you pair a purple blouse with a pencil skirt. Also pairing denim with purple is a classic look.
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