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The best neutrals for your Color Code

You know how much I love color but neutrals are essential to a functional wardrobe so here’s the scoop on

the best neutral colors for your Color Code.

Let me be clear. I refer to purple, emerald green, true red and turquoise as “neutral” colors because they are neither warm nor cool.

What I’m talking about here are colors in a neutral palette meaning beige, gray, white and brown.

The fact is, every wardrobe needs some neutral pieces. AND the basics in your wardrobe like dress pants, blazers and jackets should be in a neutral color OR your Signature Color.

Discover your Signature Color by clicking here. It’s just $97 and all the information about your best neutrals PLUS your wardrobe color palette are included.

Ideally, you’d choose one or two neutral shades to stick to (black and white, for example) for a mix-and-match wardrobe.

This is an example of a neutral wardrobe. You’ll see a lot of brown, white and gray with some denim blue and little pink mixed in.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category from tabithadumas.com
From Wardrobe Oxygen

Even if your wardrobe is very colorful, you still need a white tee shirt, a pair of classic dress pants or a LBD (Little Black, Blue or Brown Dress). 

So when it comes to choosing dress pants or a basic layering tee, do you know what color to choose?

Let me present the best neutral colors for your Color Code.

If you don’t know your Color Code, remember you’ll find out yours when you Discover Your Signature Color! It’s $97, just click here.

**The graphics depict the old name of “Dominant Color Category” we now refer to as Color Code. The concepts are all the same. I’m working on updating them.**

Side note…yes, I consider animal prints neutrals!

LIGHT

Your best neutrals are charcoal, navy and light camel.

White and ivory work well.

Beware of black as it can be overpowering.

A light camel or gray animal print is also nice.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--LIGHT. tabithadumas.com

 

DEEP

Your best neutrals are black or dark brown.

White and ivory work well.

Black is a YES.

Animal prints are terrific, especially a leopard with deep browns and black.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--DEEP. tabithadumas.com

SOFT

Your best neutrals are charcoal and medium brown.

Soft ivory is preferred over white.

Black near your face is a BIG no.

Medium-tone animal prints are lovely as well.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--SOFT. tabithadumas.com

CLEAR

Your best neutrals are black, navy and deep charcoal gray.

White is preferred over ivory.

Black is a YES.

High contrast animal prints, stripes or polka dots are also terrific.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--CLEAR. tabithadumas.com

WARM

Your best neutrals are any shade of brown.

Ivory is preferred over white.

Brown is preferred over black.

Brown animal prints are also nice.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--WARM. tabithadumas.com

COOL

Your best neutrals are black, navy and gray.

White is preferred over ivory.

Black is a yes.

Metallics and gray, black and white animal prints are fabulous as well.

The best neutral colors for your Dominant Color Category--COOL. tabithadumas.com

I hope this helps you shop on purpose and rock your wardrobe!

 

Remember, we verify your Color Code and I give you all my best tips when you Discover Your Signature Color! Just click here.

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The best neutrals for your Color Code from Tabitha Dumas Phoenix Image Consultant Phoenix Color Analysis

The best neutrals for your Color Code from Tabitha Dumas Phoenix Image Consultant Phoenix Color Analysis

 

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About Tabitha Dumas

Seeing women showing UP to their life authentically and confidently--THAT is what excites me. I am a strategist, bringer of the fun, trail blazer and agent of encouragement offering creative and effective strategies to help women elevate their image and expand their influence. I'm also a magazine junkie, dedicated wife, fun-loving mama, bargain shopper and story teller trying to use my powers for good in this crazy world. I love my life!
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