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Turning Color into Style - Chapter 2

Colours, like features, follow the changes of the emotions
- Pablo Picasso

I had such amazing feedback from the first post about turning photographic colours into clothing styles that I thought I'd turn it into a series of posts. Each chapter in this series will contain a photo with three or four main colours. I personally prefer four so that there are a few more options later on.

I chose the above picture because it was toned with colour highlights rather than solid colours. I then inverted them and predominantly used the highlighted colours of orange, navy and brown. The next step was to accentuate them with the main colour of white/bone. 

Remember the math of four colours and four items of clothing/accessories equals sixteen combinations.

Get creative and good luck with your combinations!

Photos by Zoli Dinh

Jacket & Cardigan by Uniqlo

L/S Polo by Zegna
Jeans by (to be announced October)
Shoes by Church's