I love black and blue together, and I think that anyone who hates it solely because it is a “rule” is absolutely ludicrous. If you like it, do it :)posted about 8 years ago
Urgh, it looks like you couldn’t tell the difference. I always think “those colour rules” are there for a reason: to help you look good! However, in my opinion, navy looks really great with grey.posted about 8 years ago
I like it… maybe to avoid the ’couldn’t tell the difference’ thing you have to make sure there is a clear difference… make sure the black isn’t faded at all, and that the navy isn’t very very dark or anything, so that it’s obvious that it was purposeful. And of course, like everything else it’s circumstantial.posted about 8 years ago
I think it can work as long as you put some color accent somewhere in your outfit,like a color bag/shoes/necklace.posted about 8 years ago
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Well, I do think that if it’s a color issue, it looks better to pair colors that will play off of each other/accent each other in some way. HOWEVER, I end up wearing navy + black combinations because my wardrobe limits certain cuts/silhouettes to navy and black. Like… I have a particular navy vest that would look totally awesome paired with a particular pair of black slacks. What do I do? Nix the whole outfit because of the colors? Maybe…………………….. I don’t know. I wish I had more money to buy the exact same vest in a different color.
I guess it bothers me less if the outfit is very simple.posted almost 8 years ago
I spent 13 years of school wearing the two together (we had a uniform) so I have no problem with mixing them. I’m actually doing it right now.posted almost 8 years ago
I think it depends on what you are mixing and matching. If you are goign to wear a dark navy sweater with black tights yea, but be careful when it comes to shoes and belts. What about the black and brown combo’s/posted almost 8 years ago