What to Wear For Your Skin Complexion
Whether you’re pale, olive or dark-skinned, knowing which colours suit you best will never do you wrong. Complementing your complexion is just one of the first steps in determining your fashion choices, so read on to see what you should start filling your wardrobe with! For easier reference, let’s look to the girls in our very own Shoppr community!
Skin Complexion: Fair
If you have a fair complexion, cool colours are your go-tos! If you’re opting for a lighter shade, pastels are a great choice. They won’t wash you out, but actually elevate your skin colour. While many will discourage you from wearing more white, we think it’s okay if you throw on a darker piece to even it out. For darker shades, a deep blue or purple will serve as a pretty contrast. Try a nice pastel dress or a burgundy skirt for that office lunch tomorrow, maybe?Shop Pastels Shop Blue
Skin Complexion: Olive
For those with olive skin tone, earthy colours fit you the best! Go for brown (yes, brown on brown looks amazing), green, or even a nude shade: they’ll highlight your complexion really well. Don’t be afraid to wear that dark green dress or a nude brown top, we promise you won’t be disappointed.Shop Brown Shop Green
Skin Complexion: Dark
#unfairandlovely indeed! If you’re under this category, you can play with both warm and cool colours. A range of red, purple, yellow and pink in your closet will serve you well. Another bonus: white looks great on you too. Since there’s a huge variety of palettes you can play around with, you can have fun mixing and matching around as you please. However, darker shades may overpower your complexion, so throw in something bright to balance it out!Shop Yellow Shop Purple
Keep in mind that this is just a simple guide. If you have olive skin but love cool colours, go right ahead! Ultimately, you do you.
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Besides skin complexion, another cool way to figure out which colours you should go with is by looking at your skin tone. No, they’re not the same, and we promise it’s not complicated. Stay tuned for that! For now, maybe check out these useful tips for your next workout?