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STYLE TIP - USE THE "THREE COLOR" RULE FOR YOUR OUTFITS
The general consensus no matter where you get your fashion advice from is to stick with the "three color" rule.
This means that when you are putting your outfits together, you should try sticking with three main colors across the whole outfit. The reason is because if you throw in too much color and especially don't pair the colors properly, your colors will incorrectly clash and the outfit will end up looking sloppy.
Now, as you become more advanced in your style game, you can definitely move beyond the "three color" rule, but a great place to start and a way to ensure your outfit has great flow no matter what is to follow this rule.
For example, going with a blue suit, white shirt, and yellow tie/pocket square works great. Another example would be gray suit, white shirt, blue tie/pocket square. You could definitely play with colors a bit more re: the socks and pocket square, but you get the idea.
Try this if you are struggling with putting outfits together, feel like you are overthinking, or just want to keep it stylish and simple.
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