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Colours You’re Going To Pair With Your Fave Fall Hue, Camel

Colours You’re Going To Pair With Your Fave Fall Hue, Camel

Every closet needs a couple of staple hues that make up fundamental pieces and can be worked with other colours. While shades of black and white may be your go-to basic colours, there are some stunning neutral hues that go along really well with vibrant or dark garments as well as accessories you own. We’re guessing you may have already figured out the colour we’re talking about. Yes! ‘Camel’ is ‘The Colour’ dominating the fashion world and all your favourite fashionistas have already been warming up to this rich shade. A favourite fall hue, camel instantly adds a luxe vibe to the outfit. This colour works can be paired well with almost anything. But if you’re having a little difficulty and wondering how to incorporate it into your ensemble, all you’ve got to do is follow WODROB’s colour combination guide. We’ve picked out three colours that complement camel and create a soothing colour palette when it comes to your sartorial choices.

Camel with powder blue

Camel and powder blue fit seamlessly together in an outfit. If you’re slightly hesitant to go all out with the combination, you can just polish your looks with a dash of the colour camel through your accessories. Work a powder blue statement top with white bottoms and a gorgeous pair of camel-hued block heels. Another alternative would be to team your camel knitwear with a pair of light-washed denims (take a cue from Kendall Jenner). You can even carry the colour off when at work with a powder blue shirt and a pair of sleek camel pants.

Teaming Up Camel With Powder Blue
Pic: Kendall Jenner, Pinterest; Style du monde

Camel with pink

A camel trench or coat has been all the rage for a while now. And in case you haven’t got your hands on one, we strongly suggest you do. It’s such a versatile piece, and perfect for fall. Pair it with a velvet pink wrap dress, a baby pink jumpsuit, or a basic blush pink t-shirt dress to get that fabulous high-fashion look.

Teaming Up Camel With Pink
Pic: Aimee Song, Song Of Style; Julie Sariñana, Sincerely Jules

Camel with grey

Unlike brown, the neutral hue camel works great with other basic colours. Camel and grey are classics when teamed up together, and you can never go wrong with it. A grey top paired with a camel jacket is your easiest bet when you’re looking to pull off this colour combo. You can also throw on a camel coat over a grey dress. Keep it simple by opting for accessories in these colours — a grey scarf with camel outwear or a felt camel hat with a grey top.

Teaming up camel with grey
Pic: Lizzy Hadfield, Shot from the street; Negin Mirsalehi