Color and Skin Tone
Color should be the prime consideration, not just to complement attire, but also to harmonize with natural skin tone.
As a child, remember placing a buttercup or similar flower beneath your chin to see if you look like butter? Wardrobe colors react in a similar manner.
Different intensities and values of color worn immediately beneath the face reflect light upwards to interact with individual skin pigmentation.
The interaction can bathe your features with a health glow of tine them a ghastly blah.
To show off your radiant best, scarves worn around the neck and shoulders should be among the most carefully selected colors in your wardrobe.