Analogous colors make good choices for color matches when they are matched according to the levels of
light and dark present in the respective colors. Complimentary colors can be paired when the goal is to create a bold statement. However,
matching complimentary colors is a very tricky business. Certain shades of complimentary colors will not look good together, while some
shades of complimentary colors can look better than either color looks on its own.
Finally, lighter and darker shades of the same color can often look good when matched, forming a monochromatic effect.
The idea behind color-matching is to pair colors that will flatter one another, or be pleasing to the
eye when combined. By using the rules above, you can be assured of making better choices in combining the colors of clothing in your
wardrobe. The result will be a better looking you in whatever situation you find yourself.