Because prints and other patterned fabrics (plaids, brocades) are so eye catching, it is particularly important that they work well with your personal color pattern. Prints typically function much like an advancing color within an outfit, so use them most often on body areas you’d like to notice, not one’s you’d rather minimize.
As you mature, pigmentation diminishes and the colors of your skin, hair and eyes all soften. That reduces your color value and intensity. Do you need a professional Color Analysis? A professional color analysis is one of the best investments you can make in your wardrobe.
In your best colors, you’ll look beautiful, with glowing skin, rosy cheeks, sparkling eyes, and hair filled with highlights. Put on the opposite colors and you’ll look drained and tired, with blotchy skin, dull eyes and hair, even illusions of under eye circles and double chins. It’s just a matter of determining the specific hue, value and intensity of blue or green or red that is most effective for you.