Split Complementary. Split complementary colors give variety to simple complementary colors. Thus, instead of the direct opposite, you use the two colors that are adjacent to its direct complement. This can produces an interesting outfit, yet perfectly balanced.
Tetradic. Tetradic color scheme is very difficult to pull off. It is composed of two complementary colors, thus it can be a bit noisy when overly done. The best way to harmonize this is to pick a dominant color and let the others be subdued. Nonetheless, it offers more color variety for your outfit.
Analogous. Analogous colors are those that are adjacent with each other on the color wheel. It also lacks the right contrast but unlike monochromatic colors, analogous colors have different hues. Because it is often associated with nature, analogous colors create soothing effects on the eyes.
Complementary. As the name suggest, complementary colors complement each other. These are colors that are opposite to each other in the color wheel. When mixed together, these two colors produce a neutral color gray. This is the most popular color harmony. It emphasizes and heightens the visual effects and layers of an outfit.