What nuance is Very peri? It looks like periwinkle blue, with shades that belong to the colour family of purple and blue, and it distinguishes itself as an essentially soft and calm colour. At first glance, it would be counted among the cold colours. But in its composition, there is a hint of red that leads it to be appreciated even by those who have the skin with a warm undertone. An amazing colour, a blend of warm and cold tones,
therefore, that can flatter all complexions.
From the cold and bright shades that enhance the winter woman type to those lighter and more suitable for the summer woman. From bright and warm shades that bring light to the delicate features of the spring woman to the muted tones for the autumn type. Yes, there is always a Very peri shade for everyone!
How can we use Very peri in our outfits?
Let’s start from the easiest and most preferred combinations by those who are not familiar with armocromia! Neutral colours paired with Very peri stand out as winning formulas in every season of the year. Black and white represent a guarantee in terms of elegance for daytime and evening outfits. Denim lends itself to more casual looks, while beige enhances the colour Pantone 2022 to create delicate and refined looks.
For the more experienced, the decisive step towards the creation of amazing and original outfits leads to the analogous or adjacent colours within the colour wheel, which are similar in shades and brilliance. Speaking about Very peri, the analogous hues stand between purple and blue. But if you want to look for the exact shades just rely on the tools that can identify the nuances with mathematical precision. For this purpose, I have used the calculator by Colorhexa to discover that dark blue and dark violet in their mostly desaturated shades are the exact adjacent colours. And I have also found some incredible looks for your inspiration, where the adjacent colours have been chosen for accessories and garments.
For those who like to dare, the scheme of the triadic colours equidistant in the equilateral triangle drawn inside the colour wheel will be interesting and fun. As for Very peri, the triad is composed also of dark lime green and desaturated dark orange and together, when chosen in the same shade and brilliance, they create a vibrant and playful feel.
Another bold step combines complementary colours, those that are, in the wheel, opposite to each other. In this case, the complementary colour is a mix of dark yellow and green: when it is put together with Very Peri both colours seem to vibrate with intensity.
Last but not least, the one-colour look, with shades fading from dark to light and that can be spiced up with accessories in one of the colours that best enhance the Very peri, for a sophisticated and classy result.
I like Very peri matched together with lime green. And how do you like it most? Have a good day! And let it be colourful and cheerful!
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