Teal

This colour is so flattering to anyone, whether you have dark, red or blonde hair. It’s all in the way you put it together! Combine with paler teal and dark chocolate With pale teal and lavender. With spring green and apple green. With mustard yellow and pewter grey. With indigo and pale grey. With raisin and pops of magenta. With raisin and pops of saffron yellow. With paler teal, milk chocolate and pops of coral orange. With paler teal and sweet apricot. With pewter grey and pops of a deep rust colour. With midnight blue and lavender. With pale grey, lavender and touches of primrose yellow. With sea green and azure blue. With burnished bronze and antique rose. With burnished bronze, silver and rose gold. Teal lends itself to a starkly elegant look or a softer more ‘woodsy’ look. Hydrangeas (think all white, or varying shades of blue, or their white/lime green hues), orchids (think oranges, pinks and saffron yellow blooms), all-white flowers, green chrysanthemums, daisies (for an understated simple look) fern fronds, succulents. Read more...
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