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Red and yeah, ^^^ jewel tones. Pale skin, with olive undertones, brown eyes and black hair. Those colours definitely suit me!

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I adore purple but I would say it has just changed to anything slightly off white or with 'bits' of other colors in too, I'll given an example.....

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black- it's slimming & forgiving :p

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red, pink and white

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Being pale, black is a nice contrast but I don't like wearing a lot of it. I also can wear red, light purple, yellow and green. I don't know if I pay that much attention to what actually works the best because I don't like being too limited with what colors I can wear. I want more vibrant clothing though since I like how bright bold colors look with pale skin. I also wish I could go red (with my hair) but that would be too high maintenance and I would have to really lighten my hair first.

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I look probably best in strong colours. It's good because I love wearing colours but still..sometimes I love wearing just black. But almost everybody looks good in black anyway. But light colours are not for me at all. So I almost never buy clothes that are beige or something like that.

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This color thread may be of interest to those reading the color analysis thread ...

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Light pink and light grey.

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It's funny seeing my old posting. Now I don't really want bright colors at all, or at least not for the majority of what I wear.

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black, it works w/ everything and I just love it.

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probably green, blue and black.. But I think I can get away with the most. I have to be careful about different red colours though, especially close to my face..

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black and earth tones

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Grey. I think it's easier to use it as a base for other colours than black, and different shades of grey can give off very different 'moods'.

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^ oh yeah, i forgot grey too. and white.

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