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Different Colours For Different Skin Tone of Men!

By Palak Bhalla

When you don’t see yourself clad in a sherwani at a wedding function, panic strikes your mind. The thought of ‘what to wear then’ freaks you out. Don’t worry at all and read on to know what you can wear at your wedding functions!

Without a tint of some red, grey, green and blue, everything seems so dull and plaintive; and when these colours adorn our bodies, their vividness defines how bright or dull we look. Since men are gaining consciousness in terms of fashion and are waking up to the world of style and vogue.The versatility of colours is such that choosing the right set for you becomes quite hefty on your mind. Don’t you worry at all; here we bring an elaborative to help you in selecting your winter colour!

Different Skin Tones of Men
The skin tone is defined by a couple of principles or phenomena that happen to us. The tanning, that is, the lowering of our skin tone under the skin and sun burn are the parameters that decide which skin colour we have. According to Designer Ritesh Chitlangiya from Brand Color Buckket, based on these two processes, the different skin tones are:

Fair— Light skin that always burns and never tans.
Cream— Fair skin that usually burns, then tans.
Golden— Medium skin that may burn, but tans well.
Tan— Olive skin that rarely burns and tans well.
Bronze— Tan brown skin that very rarely burns and tans well.
Deep— Black brown skin that never burns and tans very well.

Genres of Colours

For men, it has to be this or that. They don’t want to get into the complexity of a lot of information. Here is an easy guide to take you through the categorization of colours!
As per the Designer Ritesh Chitlangiya from Brand Color Buckket, the segregation of colours is as follows:
Neutral Colours : Neutral don’t usually show up on the color wheel. It includes black, white, gray, brown and beige. They are also called “earth tone”.
Warm Colours : Warm colours are made with red, orange, yellow, or some combination of these. Warm colours tend to make you think of sunlight and warmth.
Cool Colours : Cool colours are made with blue, green, purple, or some combination of these. Cool colors might make you think of cool and peaceful things, like winter skies and still ponds.

Colours For Particular Skin Tones
“If you want to opt for colors that go against your skin tone, then the mantra to style your look will be minimalism. Don’t go trying to incorporate every colour into one outfit. For instance, teal and aqua would look great as sweaters. Maroon will do as a Polo shirt. Mellow rose is basically a light pink / peach color, so try a dressy button-up under a blazer. As long as you find something in between those two hues, you’re good,” says Designer Ritesh Chitlangiya from Brand Color Buckket. He has given some wonderful colour options for men with varied skin colours. Let’s see what he has suggested!

Fair Skin: Pale, soft colors look best. Colors like ivory, peach, true reds, clear blues, and camel, light pink, coral, golden yellow, golden brown, aqua and bright greens are flattering. Also, focus on warm khaki colors, peach tones, teals, red, bright blues and greens.

Try to avoid: Dark and dull colours and black and white combination. The stark contrast is too much for your skin and will only accentuate the lack of color.

Cream-Golden Skin:
Muted colours look best. Colours like rose, mauve and light blue are flattering. Pastels in both warm and cool tones look best on you. Think baby blue, light pink, lavender, pale yellow. Neutrals also look good on you, such as a lighter beige and heather gray.

Try to avoid: Really striking or primary colors. Also, too much deep, dark color can wash you out. Stay away from all black or all navy and black and orange. Any intense, vivid colours may be too harsh and drown out your skin tone.

Tan-bronze skin: Earth tones that are rich and muted look best. Caramel, beige, burnt orange, gold, dark reds, olive, ivory, camel and rich brown are flattering. Try warm colors such as rich browns, orange-yellow, olive green, deep reds, and purples.

Try to avoid: Cool shades give a pale appearance. Clear, bright colors and black and white will make you look faded while pink is usually extremely unflattering. Pastels or any kind of faded color. These don’t work well with your complexion.

Deep Skin: Dark colors look great on you like black, cool grays, and navy. Rich, deep cool colors also look good. Think deep reds, bright pinks. Bright white and pastel colors look great as well. Jewel tones are all flattering. Colors like emerald, royal blue, royal purple and ruby.

Try to avoid: Earthy tones and washed out colors; these don’t do anything for you. Beige, orange, gold, brown and other washed out shades would make you look faded and ashy.

Universal Colours: There is also a set of Universal Colors i.e. Colors that complement any skin tone. They are True White, Blush (coral), Emerald Green, True Red, Eggplant, Indian teal and Mellow Rose (light pink/peach).

So, our dear men don’t shy away from choosing the outfit that fits your persona perfectly. Happy Shopping!


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