Jul 10 2019
Pick bridal colours that suit your complexion
For many decades red was considered as a staple colour for the brides. As years passed, due to the influences of latest fashion trends slowly other colours too found their way into the bridal attires. Nowadays not just the dark and vibrant colours but the pastels also have a great place in the bridal fashion.
If you are a soon-to-be bride who is not that keen to settle for red then this article could help you pick a great colour that suits you well. It is a must criterion while you select your bridal dress because right colour always complements your complexion.
Most of the Indian women have warm skin tones (well there are exceptions). So pick your bridal colour according to your skin tones.
Cool skin tone
Ladies, there are a wide variety of colours for you to choose from. You could carry off any colour as your skin tone will go with any colour. Opt for any colour shades of blue, pink like pale pink or raspberry pink, peach, tangerine, tomato red, emerald green, mint green, lime green, neons etc... Ladies, we said anything, you can pick any colour. Lucky you! Pastels would look great on you.
Warm or wheatish skin tones
As we said most of the Indian women have this complexion and trust us it is really sexy. Colours that suits you well are hot pinks, saffron yellow, vibrant red shades, orange shades, royal blue, peaches, corals, mint green, champagne colour, peaches etc. What you should avoid is gold, greens (other than medium toned emerald green), grey, purple, and beige.
Ladies you are blessed with olive skin and we should pick something that will go best with that beautiful colour. You could also carry rich and darker colours well. Emerald green, pastels related to pink colour, pale gold, brick red, burnt orange, classic blues, marsala, bronze, dusty pinks, mint green, coral, But stay away from neon bright shades, yellow gold, copper, maroons etc... as it will overpower your pretty complexion.
An important thing to remember is to get your makeup done properly according to the colour of your outfit otherwise it could spoil your whole look.