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Bold Colours

Posted: Sep 15, 10:40 PM Permanent Link

Fall 2014 has finally arrived and everyone is back into the swing of things. Host your next party and be the hot topic of the fall season with bold colour combinations in your linens and decorations. Compliment your black and white safety shades with a pop of tangerine or lime, and show off your style with bright colours like deep emerald and caution yellow.
Prove to guests that you’ve got class, displaying your knowledge of this fall’s hottest trends. Choosing the right colour can change the whole feel of an event. Soften up and tone down your style with carnation, toffee, or even lilac for a more sensitive and delicate look. Shades of red, like aurora red, create a more glamorous mood, a sophisticated look of flare and spunk, while purples, like dark orchid, show off elegance, inspiring a sense of femininity. Greens, like cypress, have a towering presence, pairing well with your glamorous or elegant colours.
If you are in a bind for a fast approaching fall wedding, try warm colour combinations to match the scenery and add glow to your special day. Bold shades of red and yellow add to the lively feel every wedding needs, but do not forget to compliment your warm tone with a bright boost from elsewhere on the colour wheel.
Bold colours are a must this fall season, so get planning your next event with flare and be the highlight of Fall 2014.

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