Accessorizing with your favorite outfit is the most nerve-wracking emotion that a person can go through. For instance, if your birthday is coming up and you have something in a silver-tone, how heavy should your jewelry be? Or should you avoid accessorizing at all if you are wearing something bold, considering the accessory might take away from the outfit? Now, something more harrowing is to have a key piece of accessory, but it’s dark purple; how will you match it with your attire? Read on to know more!
Black and Dark Purple
Black is possibly the flattering most color for every individual. We have hardly come across people who have ever hated black, and thus, it is pretty evident that we have to start with black to pair with purple. Now, if you are wearing a black-colored dress and pair it with a purple clutch or a necklace, it would look exquisite. You can even wear dark purple heels, but not all of them at once, because that is an over-kill.
Dark purple is a sneaky color, and its true potential is established based on the light and how it falls on the shade of accessories. Thus, with black-colored outfits, the dark purple will complement perfectly because otherwise, both of them are dark shades unless you stand out under a lot of light. Either way, these two colors perfectly complement each other.
Plum With Dark Purple
Plum as a color is one of the richest shades to exist, and the best part is that it is a member of the purple color family. Thus, these are inevitably complimenting in nature. So, if you intend on wearing something in the plum shade range, you can always try adding small pieces of purple accessories. For instance, if you are wearing plum-colored pants, you can try carrying a purple clutch. Or, if you are wearing a plum shade of the dress, you can wear a purple earring in color.
Just remember that, as much as plum and dark purple are complimenting in nature, they can clash if you overdo it. Remember to go a little light on the accessories wearing plum-like colors and matching them with purple-colored accessories. So, a small clutch or an earring is the way to go. Even you can try a bracelet with small stones of dark purple so that it’s not too blatantly glaring for the person looking at you.
Brown With Dark Purple
For all the men out there, this is the trick you need to know! You can match a purple shirt or some variation with your brown (light) vest if you are going somewhere where the attire is semi-formal. A three-button suit which is brown with a purple shirt cannot go wrong. Remember not to wear a dark brown suit with a dark brown purple as the contrast should not be stark.
Silver or White
There are no rules when wearing white other than the fact that if it’s not your wedding or the dress code, do not wear white and attend someone else’s wedding. When trying to match a purple accessory with something in Silver or White, you can go a little heavy-handed with the accessory, unlike black, plum, or even brown. In those cases, you play with the shades and give little room for dark purple to be the focus point. But, in the case of a silver outfit or a white outfit, you can wear a chunky purple necklace or even a dark purple headband.
White can complement any color on this planet, especially dark purple because you are painting on a blank canvas. As per our humble opinion, the best thing to do with white is to wear a dark purple clutch and heels and use light purple or lavender shades on the jewelry and headpiece if you want the dress to shine over the accessories.
There are no rules to how you can use purple accessories with different outfits and styles. Just check yourself on the mirror and see if the colors complement one another. For instance, leather pants, a flowy shirt, and a dark purple clutch look heavenly as a combination. In comparison, a purple sunglass for men and a white shirt on denim is drool-worthy. Remember to never overdo the dark purple by adding more accessories than the outfit can handle, and you are good to go.