Grey across the board. It’s no fail in my opinion. But for some other options…
Red and tan/beige look good. I googled real quick and found this picture which happens to be from Chictopia.
Bright blue, I think, looks really good with black because of the contrast.
Mustard and navy look good too as seen here
Generally, all bright colors look good with white, but my favourite pairing is red with black. I wear it all the time, and there’s nothing that makes red pop like a black background. It’s kind of edgy yet romantic at the same time.
I also like electric blue with white, and pairing deep purpe with grey :)
Red —> Black / Beige
Yellow —> Gray/Black/White
Mustard —> Gray/Black/White/Brown
Pink —> Black/Beige/Brown/White
Bright Blue —> Brown/White
Mint —> Beige/White/Gray
That’s what I have so far.
You can always try using a triad color scheme like that to help you out.posted almost 2 years ago
here is my version of colorblocking. Bright pink pants with sand colored shirt and white sweater.It looks quite different, than one would expect!posted almost 2 years ago
I think most colors can work with any neutral (that’s the point of neutrals, eh?) but I agree some look better than others. These listed vaguely in the order of my favorites:
Red: Navy, white, black, camel. Sometimes brown but it depends. Personally with red I love red/white/navy and red/white/black together.
Yellow: Navy, camel. Maybe white, maybe black depending on how much of it. (With black I try to be careful not too look too much like a bee!). It depends a lot on the shade of yellow, too.
Mustard: Brown, camel, black, white. (I don’t wear much mustard but I think these look good).
Light pink: Black, navy, brown, camel, grey. I love light pink and black in combination, one of my favorites.
Hot/bright pink: Black, white, grey.
Bright blue: White, brown, grey, camel. Sometimes black.
Mint: Black, white. Like mustard I haven’t worn much mint but I’ve seen these work.posted almost 2 years ago