7 Tips for Wearing Orange ...

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Many people find that orange is a really hard color to pull off, and it usually isn't the color that we reach for first when we open our closet.

Surprisingly though, if you follow some good tips for wearing orange, it can be a very flattering color for most skin tones since in instantly adds a natural glow to your skin.

But there is a certain style power behind it all!

You need to make sure you know how to wear the color before you go prancing out in something neon and flashing!

You should check the shade to make sure it's right for you, and always wear orange in moderation with flattering colors.

Want to know 7 tips for wearing orange?

Keep reading this article and you will be spot-on!

1. Pair It with Yellow

There's nothing that screams summer like tangerine and lemon mixed together.

It's a color combo that works for anything.

The beach, the mall, the movies, dinner-whatever is on your schedule!

Some of my fave outfit ideas are: jeans with a tangerine shirt and lemon accessories, a tangerine dress with a lemon bag, a white dress with tangerine wedges and a lemon bag, or a tangerine blazer with a lemon scarf and denim capris.

Experiment to find your perfect combo of tangerine and lemon!

2. Throw on a Denim Jacket

Nothing makes the color orange pop like a denim jacket does!

Pair it with an orange dress for sweet style.

And the cool thing about this tip for wearing orange is that a denim jacket will really up the hip quotient of a girly dress.

Add some lace-up boots to the mix and you've got yourself an outfit with serious attitude!

3. Don't Risk It with Black

Can anybody say "Halloween"?

Because that will be the only thing you bring to mind if you pair orange with black.

Just don't ever do it!

I cringe at the mere thought!

The only time that black and orange might work together is if you have an item of clothing with a pattern on it that ties black and orange together.2

Say, a black scarf with orange and green and blue flowers on it.

Or black flats with orange and white detailing.

But please do steer clear of pairing black an orange together unless it's October!

Go for a Sheath Dress
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