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Complimentary clothing colors with peacock blue?


White, Yellow, Light green and Orange will go well with peacock blue. It will look best with the lightest shade of pink. A darker shade of pink will make it look too gaudy, but a lighter shade of pink can do wonders.

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Colors that complement emerald?


I have read the colors that are compatible and complement an emerald are those with medium skin-like color and those with olive skin-like color -- they are the best for emerald jewelry and can be matched to it.

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If you are still not quite sure about whats colors you should choose, then you can read the article below for facts and opinions in choosing the colors that complement you.

What colors should I pick when choosing clothes?

I am white with a light olive skin tone, (get very tanned in the summer, deep dark tan) and I feel a bit insecure on what colors that looks good on me, with my skin tone. I have dark blonde hair with highlights, and my eyes are dark blue (with a tint of Emerald green) - and with my light olive (my veins are green, without any blue in them) skin (and tanned in the summer) I feel unsure about what colors that would look good on me. Often I tend to wear a lot of black, because black (well, the 'warmer' type of black, that are not harsh on your skin) since you can rarely go wrong with black. I love dark blue and green colors (some greens) and I wonder If I would look good in white too? Kind regards, Nina K.

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You can never go wrong with those whites. White clothes complement any skin-tone. White clothes look elegant but also simple.

For a white with a light olive skin tone, you can either go for blue-based clothes or you may also try rose-based pink clothes.

Aside from your skin tone, you also have to consider the color of your hair. You can try different clothes to see what will perfectly fit on you. Those black and greens are also good colors.

I am Asian of medium skin complexion, what would I wear peacock blue spree with?

I have a family wedding and I am hoping to wear a plain peacock blue and dark pink mix sari with a dull gold border. Also hoping to wear dull gold color jewelry. Please let me know what flowers color I should have on my hair

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