Can you guess that one color that literally blends with every other color?! That’s no color at all! Yes, the nude shades are one of the most versatile colors and are trending high this season. Be it your wedding outfits, daily kurtas or even on your festive dresses, the skin color will never let you down. With numerous different tones in the color you must ensure that you choose the right one suitable to your skin tone. But not everyone can carry off the entire outfit in a solid nude shade. And that’s when the brighter shades are here to the rescue. Mix up your beiges and creams with a dash of the brighter shades and rock any event in it. Read more to know how!
The gorgeous skin colored outfits can be mix and matched with pastels, neons, and even striking bold colors. But, when you are wondering about how to add a color there are endless different ways to do so. Add a dash of color to a beige saree or team it up with a contrasting blouse. Embellishing a nude outfit with a contrasting color is also a wonderful option. And, if you want to make your outfit look even more interesting add a bright colored lining to your nude outfit. The bright color peeking out will instantly steal all the attention taking away the duller look of your outfit.
You can also mix and match your neutral shades with fun prints. The color blends easily with florals, quirky prints and just about anything. Or simply throw on a vibrant shaded dupatta on your skin colored outfit for a pop of color. By doing this your colorful dupatta will only be the statement.
The color is very feminine and looks gorgeous when accessorized with gold based jewels. Many brides are choosing this neutral shade on their big day and especially if it’s a morning summer wedding, the creams and beiges work wonders.
Brighten up your neutral beige sarees with contrast borders. These versatile shades allow you to accessorize and what’s best is that you can easily dress up or down. So, go ahead and play with colors this season and if you want to stand out looking the best mix up with the neutrals.