Does this look ok together? Not sure if it does or if I'm colourblind!

(41 Posts)
ChocolateIsNotSleep Tue 13-Sep-16 21:12:05

Thoughts? Not sure how well the colour has come out but it's a sort of lavender with a teal dress. Shoes are black, grey and teal, bag is black lace...

ApocalypseSlough Tue 13-Sep-16 21:16:59

Lovely! I'm not a big fan of black accents though- do you have a different bag? Metallic?

Wandastartup Tue 13-Sep-16 21:25:16

I don't think so. But am prepared to be out votedsmile

SilverHawk Tue 13-Sep-16 21:27:02

Sorry, I don't like it at all.
Two strong colours would be fine or strong and neutral.

gammatron Tue 13-Sep-16 21:31:50

I like it but would go for 'nude' shoes and bag!

DontFuckWithMyChocolate Tue 13-Sep-16 21:32:39

It's a bit.... I dunno....
I'm not fussy on the colour of the wrap but the colour of the dress is lovely. I'm not sure they go together.

BennyTheBall Tue 13-Sep-16 21:34:59

No.

I don't know how old you are, but my 70+ year old mum would love that combo.

ladyformation Tue 13-Sep-16 21:35:30

I'm going to unhelpfully say that it depends on your colouring... the combination would wash me out but I think it would look great with dark or red hair, for example.

Agree that nude accessories would be great (also not a fan of black accents on coloured outfits).

CoolToned Tue 13-Sep-16 21:58:29

No.

Runningupthathill82 Tue 13-Sep-16 22:12:32

No.

KoalaDownUnder Tue 13-Sep-16 22:14:52

No. Too peacocky.

Judydreamsofhorses Tue 13-Sep-16 22:15:10

I'm not keen on this colour combo, but I think it would work okay in a really summery outfit.

GissASquizz Tue 13-Sep-16 22:16:15

No. A bit....argh.

Believeitornot Tue 13-Sep-16 22:18:09

I think you need a cream scarf. Or a nice grey. Silver maybe. Depends on your colouring.

And grey/silver shoes.

Floisme Tue 13-Sep-16 22:22:15

Yes. If it was for me, I'd prefer plum to lavender but I think they look fine together. Not with black though, maybe grey?

ChocolateIsNotSleep Tue 13-Sep-16 22:30:51

Thanks all!

Hmm mixed enough for me to think I'm not entirely crazy but more noes than ayes smile

Benny I don't don't know how old your mum is but I think I'm probably a wee bit younger!

I'm going to stick with the shoes I think, I tried those ones and nude ones and preferred the black/grey/teal ones. they're not all black so I don't think too dark for the dress - and it's a heavy fabric too. Greyish wrap didn't work for me so I think it probably needs to be silver cover up - so a shopping trip required then...

Joinourclub Tue 13-Sep-16 22:48:04

No. The dress needs to be paired either with a stringer / bolder colour or with a neutral colour. The lavender is just a b

Joinourclub Tue 13-Sep-16 22:48:39

A bit meh

HesMyLobster Tue 13-Sep-16 22:52:25

My DD would have loved this when she was about 6 (and obsessed with the little mermaid!)
She went through a phase of wanting to only wear clothes in this colour scheme, so that's all I can think of when I see them together! wink

Destinysdaughter Tue 13-Sep-16 22:52:36

If the pic was you wearing it think it wd be easier to tell. Does look a bit frumpy TBH!

Yayme Tue 13-Sep-16 22:54:07

No sorry.

SerenDippitee Tue 13-Sep-16 23:42:08

Agree with everyone else. You could get away with it if the lilac were a greyish cool tone but it's too pink, so you're basically putting pink and green together. If grey didn't work and you have black accessories then I'd suggest a silver or black wrap.

tigerdriverII Tue 13-Sep-16 23:46:49

No - it's too much, colours too strong

gingerboy1912 Tue 13-Sep-16 23:47:44

No

purpleshortcake Wed 14-Sep-16 00:04:28

The pink reminds me of a medicine I had as a kid or calamine lotion. I think the teal would look awesome though with more of a bright cerise shade

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