5 Colours That Make Everything Look More Expensive

In this current economy, it’s important that everything you do is on a budget but you don’t necessarily have to look poor. There’s a way to beat the system and look good without having to do break the bank and one of such ways is to explore with colours.

Some shades of colours are better than others and we are going to share with you, 5 of such colours which give you a chic and expensive look when in actual fact, the outfit may even be thrifted.

1. Black

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The black colour screams minimalist, simplicity and allure and the fact that it goes with any and every other colour makes it even better. You can pair any lively outfit with this colour to tone it down. For dinners, meetings and cocktail events, you can always rely on black.

2. White

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White can look incredibly sophisticated and elegant but white outfits need to always be crisp and well ironed otherwise it would just look very shabby so it’s best to stick with fabrics that don’t crease easily. Think about it. Nothing can elevate a casual outfit like a quality white cotton tee or a white button-up shirt.

3. Beige

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The beige colour in outfits made of cashmere, linen and silk just oozes out elegance. Also, this colour is perfect for any and every occasion.

4. Pastels

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Pastel colors belong to a pale family of colors. Pink, mauve, and baby blue are commonly used pastel colors, as well as magic mint (light shade of green), peach and lavender. They are such classy colors that they make casual outfits with jeans shorts and sweatpants look put together and classy.

5. Navy blue

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Navy blue can be a hard colour to pair with other colours but having an outfit choice in this colour will not disappoint as they give what they’re supposed to give at the end of the day. If you have any business meetings, presentations or pitches, this colour will give you the poise and attention you’re looking for. It pairs well with white and even fiery orange.

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