Street Style Fashion: Unconventional Colour Pairings To Go For
You might think two opposing colours in your wardrobe can’t be paired together. Well, we hope to change your mind about that! We love monochromatic looks as much you do, but sometimes pairing two unexpected colours together can create wonders! From pairing bold reds with soft pink, or a salmon blue with bright pink, we have listed down some of the best colour pairings in street style fashion that you can definitely take some major inspiration from!
Keep on reading as you might find some major outfit inspiration from these unconventional colour pairings.
Light blue + Fuschia pink
Most pantsuits are monochromatic with the same hues and colour tones. Pairing a powder blue blazer over fuschia pink trousers elevates the whole look. To give it a break, you can complete the look with black pumps just like Kirti Kulhari.
Soft pink + Bright red
This colour combination is the most unexpected one out of all. While pink and red both tend to give the same feel, there are chances that one might look too bright or more like cotton candy walking around, but if you pair the two colours smartly, you can actually manage to create a striking outfit. Deepika Padukone chose to go for a soft pink-toned dramatic top to pair up with bold red coloured paper bag waist pants!
Brown + Dull pink
Brown and pink go together like peanut butter and jelly – you might think they won’t work together, but just as you pair them, you’ll be shocked to your core with the results. The brown coloured oversized blazer actually elevates the dull pink coloured skirt. The rustic orange top worn by Bhumi Pednekar adds some brightness to the outfit.
Sky blue + Neon green
Pairing two bright colours together? Well, you’ve read that right! Kareena Kapoor wore a blue one-shouldered top with a shiny and bright neon green coloured pencil skirt. She completed the look with strappy stilettos. Not that bebo can go wrong with any outfit, this particular one looks like a match made in sartorial heaven.