Fashion TIPS ON THE EFFECTS OF COLOR by Noubikko

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FASHION TIPS
According to Noubikko


Getting the right fit
On Buying Clothes
On Quality of Garment
On Fabric Care
On Stain Removal
Your Wardrobe
Regarding Eyeglass Frames
On Creating New Image
Establishing Professional Image
For the Job Interview
On Wearing Pants
Importance of first impression
How does clothing affect us
Dealing with Body Flaws


BODY CAMOUFLAGE

Rules of Effective Camouflage

If you are tall and thin
If you are tall and bulky
If you are short and thin
If you are short and bulky
To Widen the Upper Torso
On the Effects of Color
The Importance of Color
Tips for the face the neck
for shoulders the arms
for the bust the waist
for the Stomach Hips
for the Bottom thigh the legs hem length Secrets Of Accessories Belts Cosmetics Gloves Handbags Hats Jewelry Scarves Shoes Stockings


FASHION INTERESTS

What is Fashion

Categories of Fashion
How Designs work
Designer's mind: Illusion
Fashion languages

How to Measure Your Body


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TIPS ON THE EFFECTS OF COLOR

  • There must be a balance of light and dark colors for the best effect.
  • Strong colors (ie. Red and orange) can change or make other colors dull and unimportant.
  • Strong colors can be made to look different by placing a different color next to it.

  • Any color used in small scale can make a solid color-stand.
  • An apparel will look smaller in a dark color.
  • An apparel will look larger in a light color.
  • Light colors appear to come toward.
  • Dark colors appear to go away from you.

  • The greater the contrast of the color the greater is the effect of the color.
  • The color of your hair may alter the color of the fabric.
  • Color dramatically appears different depending upon how much light (natural or artificial) is reaching the color.

  • All colors are seen different in outdoor as indoor (red as seen inside the house is different as when seen outside the house).
  • Colors change on the effect of artificial light (Fluorescent and incandescent). White tend to look grayish in fluorescent light.

Note: It wouldn't hurt to spend a few minutes in front of a mirror to know how your environment affects the color of your outfit.


 
 
MORE TIPS on Color


  • Exposing light skin at the neckline to achieve that light-dark balance.
  • White is more expansive than black.
  • Monochromatic dressing is more slimming and elongating than dressing in contrasting color blocks or pattern blocks.
  • Solid colors tend to make you look thinner and taller, especially when the same color is worn from head to toe (monochromatic dressing).
  • Dividing the body into numerous colors can shorten and widen the body.
  • To look taller and slimmer, avoid big prints and stick to solid colors.
  • Black with white is the most dramatic color combination because it has the maximum value contrast.
 
 
Colors are like any other art materials. Balance should be observed for maximum effect. You'll be surprised there are several things to can do with different combinations.