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April 19, 2017
Ever struggled to figure out what colors go well together or how to elevate an everyday look with a pop of color? We love having fun with color combinations, so we put together a handy guide to help take your outfit to the next level.
Americans will certainly be familiar with this color combination, but it goes beyond the star bangled banner. Red accents add pop and flare to the classic combination of blue and white. Accessories like ties and bow ties, can bring out the blue in a shirt or jacket. We've paired our Poppins bow tie with the Woodlawn button-up shirt.
As the flowers begin to bloom in spring look our for the natural combination of blue and purple. Because blue and purple are next to each other in the color wheel they work seamlessly together wherever they are. We've paired our Dietrich bow tie with our Stowebutton-up shirt.
The blue and white color combination actually dates back to the ninth century in China when blue colbalt pigment was used to create motifs on white pottery and porcelain. Today it is often associated with the beach and the ocean, providing a clean, crisp refreshing look. A white oxford shirt is a classic wardrobe essential, so we paired our white eco oxford Pankhurst with the Astaire bowtie.
Orange and blue are complementary colors, which means they are directly opposite each other on the color wheel. Orange adds vibrancy and brightness to the coolness of blue, making it a fun and snazzy color combo. Nothing says fun like our Seuss bowtie that sports owls and acorns! We paired this snazzy bowtie with our navy dobby dots Parks shirt.
We hope these color combos will give you some inspiration for spring and summer looks. Be sure to share your Kirrin Finch outfit on instagram with hashtag #mykirrinfinch
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