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Colors That Make Everything Look More Expensive

Have you ever wondered how to make your ordinary non-label pumps shine like a pair of Louboutins? The fake-it-till-you-make-it principle works in fashion better than you might think. One way to make a deceptive trick in order to increase your style value is by implementing some of the most luxurious colors. If you really wish to make your wardrobe Chanel-worthy, see how these colors gradually transform your wardrobe into a cradle of high fashion. 

Shades of snow 

White is a mixture of all colors in the RGB spectrum, and it’s no wonder that it fits perfectly in all possible combinations. The color white has always been an essential business color, but also a benchmark of style and sophistication. Once white is introduced into an outfit, it somehow brings another dimension into the whole image and creates a perfect blend. White will be most effective when combined with soft or pastel shades. Black & white creates the ultimate combination for both business and casual combinations. Don’t think of white as a canvas to be painted on, but as a blend thanks to which all color mixing is possible.

The color of the Arabian desert  

This year, Max Mara has become extremely popular, and they can thank their cashmere camel coats. If you’re in search for that ultimate color with a sense of everyday luxury, then camel tones are just what you need. This sandy shade is roaming through runways this year, and many fashion lovers are updating their wardrobes with an abundance of this color. You can find it everywhere, from coats, jackets and sweaters to shirts and skirts. Australians are especially fond of camel tones, which is why you can’t imagine women's luxury fashion in Melbourne without this color. Rest assured that your wardrobe will thank you for every camel piece you add to it.

Little black everything

If a black square painted on a black canvas is considered art, then there’s no reason why a black coat over a black shirt shouldn’t be. Black is an evergreen epitome of elegance and everlasting style. A little black dress is not the only black piece of clothing every woman should own. Coco Chanel didn’t use black as the base color for most of her designs only by chance. The minimalistic simplicity with which it comes is perfect for any occasion that asks for tasteful styling. There’s no such thing as too much black, even if every piece you wear is black. If you choose the right style, black will always make you look gorgeous.

Grey for a perfect blend

Although black and white can be considered grey’s older siblings, there’s no reason to think less of this powerful blender. If you wish to smoothen your combination and avoid high contrasts that black and white naturally provide, then stepping out with a grey blend is a good move to make. Whether it’s woolen scarves, knee-high boots or pencil skirts, there is an endless line of versatile looks that look rich and tasteful with just a single grey touch. Although there’s no such thing as too much black, grey can be overwhelming when you overdo it. In this case, you can break the moodiness of the grey look by adding some statement pastels, such as ultraviolet or washed-out red.

Swimming through navy blues 

While the most luxurious royal blue is reserved for special occasions, there is an everyday solution that can work in many looks. The navy blue color comes with poise and creates a polished look that is perfect for both business meetings and a coffee meeting with a friend. However, when wearing this color, you should be careful to find pieces that match your figure. Some ladies might be concerned with the fact that navy blues tend to enlarge certain aspects of the body. Finding the perfect navy summer dress that allows freedom of movement and makes you feel good can be your summertime fashion homework.

Don’t forget that all these colors can only help you if you use them wisely and carefully put your look together. Now that you know that luxury doesn’t have to be expensive, there’s nothing stopping you from opening your wardrobe and finding more space for the most elegant and sophisticated colors.

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