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Colour Theory

Colour Theory

Colour Code

Explore Colour Theory in Fashion Style
With the warming weather it's time to match your wardrobe to the hues of spring. This season we're using colour theory to aid us in the dressing process. Try complementary tones likes green and purple, red and cyan or yellow and navy for a high contrast, high impact vibe. Or for a little more versatility go with a triadic palette (three colours the are equally spaced on the colour wheel) some example include pink with green and blue or orange with aqua and purple. Here are some of our favourite pieces to get into the rainbow spirit.
A collection of clothing items showing how to create an Analgous Colour based outfited
An analogous colour palette refers to three colours that are side by side on the colour wheel. As this palette can often get a bit overwhelming it can sometimes be best to choose one colour to dominate and use the other two colours as accents. Here we've put together an analogous look featuring red, orange and yellow.
A collection of clothing that explores the concept of the Triadic colour theory as it relates to fashion
A triadic palette features three colours that are evenly spaced on the colour wheel. This provides high contrast, but slighting less so than a complementary palette and can therefore be a more versatile. Here we create a triadic palette with pink, green and blue.
A collection of clothing showcasing the use of complementary colour theory in fashion dressing
Complementary colours are two colours that sit on the opposite sides of the colour wheel. Due to their positions on the colour wheel these hues will be high contrast and high impact. Examples of this include red with cyan, blue with orange and green with purple. 
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