Silver belongs to the gray color but revisits this nuance in an extraordinary way, giving an elegant and modern allure
Being a relative of black, it can be combined with the latter for a traditional and classy combination.
Imagine having a little black dress or an elegant dress, what better choice than a silver scarf to make the outfit more fashionable and refined?
In the same way, even with white, a splendid pair is created, especially in tanned subjects and with a youthful style. As for the brighter colors: silver is optimal if combined with pastel colors such as pink and blue. Giving a romantic and bon-ton touch to the whole. It also goes well with green and purple, cold colors capable of warming silver but not with yellow, orange, or red which, on the contrary, dampen it.
A pair of shoes or a silver-colored clutch is a great classic. Because it can make a difference in an elegant and evening context. But many have doubts about when to use both objects and how.
In general, they are always excellent on light or dark clothes, in solid colors, and without colored details. They can also act as an original element for a casual outfit with jeans. And a t-shirt but also for events or evenings.
Never wear them with summer dresses, floral or tropical patterns because they would create too strong an effect.
Absolutely no to silver hats that are good, at best, for New Year’s Eve.
The silver-plated jewelry or is becoming a must-have for women. And men, in general, are well on their own but they can be matched with charms and colorful details that enrich the form and give a more youthful character.
The most used color is definitely turquoise/blue, both give a magical shade to the jewel and it is not surprising that it is the most used combination for summer jewelry. Even bright colors such as emerald green, shocking pink. And fire red manages to get the best out of it as silver maximizes shades and creates a very strong contrast. Better to avoid the combination of gold and silver together, too confusing.