If you’ve ever noticed what Kate Middleton wore, you’ll be surprised how much she loves colorful clothing, like womens dresses of nearly every color. More surprisingly, she nailed all of them. You have to admit she really knows how to use those colors to set her figure off to advantage. Let’s see how she easily pulls off every hue.
In fall or winter, many of us would choose dark-color clothing. Actually bright-color clothing will lighten up the dull seasons as well as your mood. Blue may be one of her favorite colors. It is amazing that she nailed shades of blue like sapphire blue, lake blue, navy blue, sky blue, cerulean blue, baby blue and so on. Of course, all of these dresses have their own unique design, from pleated dresses to V-neck dresses. Single-color dresses won’t be plain if you got some detailed design.
When you start to get used to playing color games, try to mix several colors to your dress. Not sure what to mix? There are some color combinations you don’t want for your dress. The opposite colors on the opposite side of the color wheel, such red and green, purple and yellow or blue and orange. I am saying you can’t combine them at all. Some less saturated colors, even on the opposite side work well with each other though. If you are not sure, play safe.
If you don’t want to use sharp colors extensively, see how Kate did. Simple but elegant patterns can also catch everyone’s eyes. Kate cleverly used stripes, polka dots, prints and different materials like lace. A colorful striped pencil dress will make you the center of everyone’s attention. Of course nice cutting is another thing to consider. Look how amazing she looked when she made her first appearance after her birth. She looks great in this simple polka dots dress. How about she held Charlotte with both arms? She looks particularly youthful and attractive in this light yellow and white dress with fresh prints.