There’s something comforting about an all-black outfit: it’s considered timeless, it looks great on everyone, and putting those pieces together each morning requires little to no effort. But what about all the other colors out there?

Incorporating more color into your wardrobe might seem overwhelming and near-impossible at first, but the truth is it’s pretty easy — once you learn the rules. It all boils down to finding out which colors best flatter your skin tone, helping you stand out in a crowd and radiate from the inside out.

“Color is the number one most important thing to me when it comes to styling; it’s what makes my service unique,”

I thought I’m only to neutral colours at first, as black is easy to style and you can’t fail anywhere you go, I wanted to change and  I added more colour to my wardrobe, as a fashion stylist, I get inspired of each colour that I’m styling it.

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These intense hues hint  from TghFashion   are pretty energetic colours. Fluorescent or neon colors are extremely bright versions of primary and secondary colors, such as blue, red, green, yellow and purple.

Just like with makeup and hair, the key to finding your most flattering colors starts with skin tone, which can grouped into three categories: warm, cool, and neutral.

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Blazer-TGH FASHION, Necklace – Balmain,   Pants- NetWork , Shoes- Anna Cori.