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<p>With their versatile choice of classic colors and prints, these chinos…</p>

<p>With their versatile choice of classic colors and prints, these chinos…</p>

The color wheel. Use colors that sit side by side on the wheel together for an analogous scheme, colors sitting opposite each other on the wheel for a complementary scheme and the same color in different depths for a monochromatic scheme.

The color wheel. Use colors that sit side by side on the wheel together for an analogous scheme, colors sitting opposite each other on the wheel for a complementary scheme and the same color in different depths for a monochromatic scheme.

Love the neutral color swatches? Visit the site to print out this handy color swatch cheat sheet and never wonder what to wear again...

Love the neutral color swatches? Visit the site to print out this handy color swatch cheat sheet and never wonder what to wear again...

Gap, Old Navy, Nordstrom, Jack Rogers, Boden, Nine West, Francesca's, Mix and Match color, color wheel, emerald green, summer wedges, white skinny cropped jeans, polka dot pants, Tory Burch handbag, pink pants,

Gap, Old Navy, Nordstrom, Jack Rogers, Boden, Nine West, Francesca's, Mix and Match color, color wheel, emerald green, summer wedges, white skinny cropped jeans, polka dot pants, Tory Burch handbag, pink pants,

How to Mix Colors-Use a color wheel to find complimentary colors.When you're talking about colors, "complimentary" actually means "opposite." Black and white, for instance, are complimentary colors. That's why they look so great together. You know, "opposites attract."  Every color has a complimentary color. It's just whatever is on the opposite side of the color wheel.

How to Mix Colors-Use a color wheel to find complimentary colors.When you're talking about colors, "complimentary" actually means "opposite." Black and white, for instance, are complimentary colors. That's why they look so great together. You know, "opposites attract." Every color has a complimentary color. It's just whatever is on the opposite side of the color wheel.