Yes, I think the Greens and Blues look good on most people as well as Gold Metallic. I enjoy wearing all colors including Black.
BCBG by Max and Lubov Azria
Yes! All shades of Blue. Any color that has hues of Blue complements all skin tones, which is why I personally like to wear a lot of Blue tonal colors.
I am Indian and my skin tone allows me to wear a wide range of colors, although I do stick to Black, White, Navy and Browns most of the time.
Carmen Marc Valvo
As a designer we need to design for persons of all color. We are responsible for choosing colors that flatter all skin tones. Black and Ivory work well on most everyone.
Yes, definitely. There are colors that will change the look of your skin tone and those that will complement it. My skin tone is fairly tanned at the moment, coming to the end of summer, so I am wearing more color in cooler tones to give me that freshness and glow to my skin. I think Blues complement all skin types; you just have to find the right tone.
Cushnie et Ochs
Skin tone definitely does play a part when choosing the colors. It is always easier in spring when everyone has a little more color and a healthy glow, which works better with the vibrant summer colors.
Yes, of course, but Custo Barcelona's use of colorful tees are for all skin tones.
Cynthia Steffe by Suwha Hong
As an Asian, I used to shy away from the Yellow tones and opt for more cool colors, but with age I have become more fearless with color, especially the Yellows!How complementary a color looks on a person is about how confidently they wear it.
As a designer I tend to wear Black, Gray and White. Being very fair and blonde, all Blues, especially Soft Blues, look good on me, but I rarely wear them.
Neon colors truly complement the warmer and darker complexions. Neutral colors like Navy, Light Gray and Granite Gray are great for all skin colors. Individuals with fairer skin should be conscious when wearing certain neutrals to insure their complexion is not being washed out.
Ella Moss by Pamella Protzel-Scott
I tend to lean towards bolder, deeper hues and neutral shades. I think that Navy Blue is a color that works on all skin tones.
||Hervé Léger by Max and Lubov Azria
Fashion comes from all walks of life. Inspirations can come from a dream, a vision, even the intricate construction of a quilt. This collection was truly extracted from the dream of a community in Alabama. They survived together by creating beautiful quilts that came from their imagination. Their unity and craftsmanship was so beautiful. Fashion inspires people to be creative.
Navy and Scarlet suit me and I find they are always in my work. Sky Blue suits my eyes and I find I'm drawn to that also. Navy and Scarlet I find work with all skin tones.
Skin tone definitely affects color choices. I always have some form of a Citrine Yellow in every collection as this is a color I love to wear (and think it enhances the beauty in blondes with a fairer complexion). As I am choosing colors for the collection, I hold up each tone to various people in the office to find tones that work on many people. I do find that shades of Ink Blue work on most every skin tone.
Marimekko by Noora Niinikoski
The Black and White color combination and neutral tones work great for everyone. I know that there are various kinds of approaches to color thinking in different parts of the world, but I am omnivorous when it comes to color. I have no personal restrictions. When choosing the color(s) to wear it always starts from the feeling the color(s) gives to the person. It is fascinating when we can, through our design work, create new "vibes" by combining colors in new and interesting ways.
NAHM by Alexandria Hilfiger and Nary Manivong
Personally, we don't take that into heavy consideration with our own fashion choices. Nowadays, with technology's help, there are so many variations of every color that everyone can find a shade of any color to complement their skin tone and hair.
I love all colors. Whatever color makes you feel beautiful is the right one for you.
I still like Black the best, but I do like Cobalt Blues and Deep Greens too.
Pamella Roland by Pamella DeVos
My skin tone is a big factor in my personal fashion choices. There are certain colors that just do not work for me, and I stay away from them at all costs! Recently one of my favorite colors to wear is Poppy Red. One particular dress in this color has become my husband's favorite to see me wear.
I stay with classic colors and keep the pop shades to accessories like my socks, wrist wear or belts. I love Navy, White and Black.
SAUNDER by Emily Saunder
Not really, unless I've been subconsciously egotistical and have only chosen colors that look good on me. That being said, I did use a lot of aquatic colors, and Blues do look pretty good on me because they bring out my big, Blue eyes. As far as a universally flattering color goes, I think the best bet is Black — Black looks good on everyone.
I like to be playful with my personal wardrobe and incorporate color in shades of Purple, Orange, Red and Blue. Everyone looks good in Purple, specifically Eggplant or Aubergine. It's as neutral as Black or Navy.
I do not take my skin tone into consideration when I am making color choices. I love all color and often express my color choice based on my mood or something I saw that has inspired me to take a specific direction. There is one color that I feel complements all skin types: Navy.
Deep Navy colors are a preppy staple that look good on everyone.
I am such a fan of color so when I design a collection, a great color palette is essential. It's not my skin tone, but my color mood at the time that affects my color choices. The complement to all skin tones is great color!Women should not be afraid to wear a bold color. It makes you look and feel bright and happy!
Definitely. Skin, hair and eye color are all huge components of how colors react when worn. In my opinion, an Orangey Red and Ice both come very close to being magically flattering on everyone.