The most popular colors in clothes
Every age has its own style. And all styles have its own colour. Fashion is changing, colours also. So I am going to talk about it.
In the 1980s it was popular to wear bright, colourful and neon clothes. Neon was everywhere. and dressing like a tennis player was the cool thing to do. In the 1990s fluorescent colours were replaced by coral, hot pink, and turquoise. White and black t-shirts were popular with boys and men. And in the 2000s pastel (light and soft colours), dark blues and greens were classic colours.
Sports popular colour is yellow. Sometimes people mistakenly think that red makes you look strong, assertive and successful. Often, however, you will be seen as aggressive if you choose red clothes. New information now says that yellow, not red, is the colour of winning. Work and school colour is blue. most people agree that in fact blue is the world’s favourite colour. School uniforms and business suits are often blue. Wearing blue will show that you are hard-working person. Dressing for camera fits ruby red, emerald green, and sapphire blue are highly saturated colours, so they don’t appear too bright or too muted against most backgrounds, and they look great with all different skin tones.
So colours in clothes can make good either bad impression about you.