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Which dress code do you prefer? What is your favourite colour coordination in art and fashion?

chloeblue04
chloeblue04 Community member Posts: 234 Courageous
Good Evening 

Tonight's topics in honour of fashionistas, fashion lovers, art enthusiasts and interior lovers everywhere are Which dress code do you prefer? Formal, casual or smart casual
and What is your favourite colour coordination in art and fashion? 

Personally I like all three of them depending on the dress code for any special occasion. 

My favourite colour coordination in fashion is blue and white and mostly I like to choose anything that would suit my favourite party colours. 

For the colour coordination in art, I like bright, subtle and dark colours rather than pastel colours and the same goes for the interior designs. 

Please share your thoughts and comments. Do share your opinions.   :)



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  • Alex_Scope
    Alex_Scope Posts: 7,562 Scope online community team
    Hi @chloeblue04 what a fun topic to discuss!

    Personally I'm happiest in casual clothes, because that's when I feel most relaxed :) It is fun to dress up formally every now and then though.

    Looking at my wardrobe, I own a lot of navy coloured clothes, but some brighter colours too. I think it depends on my mood what colour I decide to wear. I do have a soft spot for mustard yellow!

    I find more neutral colours are the most relaxing for interior design, and makes a room a more peaceful space.

    I would love to know what other people think as well :)
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  • chloeblue04
    chloeblue04 Community member Posts: 234 Courageous
    Thank you Alex-Scope my dear I'm glad you appreciate the topic I came up with.  :*
  • Karen7788
    Karen7788 Scope Member Posts: 598 Pioneering
    I like to wear casual for comfort but I also enjoy dressing up now and again. I wear smart casual for work so don’t tend to dress like that out of work hours.
    Interiors for me, well I like to go for the colours of nature, so basically anything you see outside. 
    We’re planning on decorating the dining room in the next few weeks and it going to be jungle themed (not too over the top though) greens with lots of bright in your face colour accents and a feature wall. 


  • Ross_Alumni
    Ross_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,652 Disability Gamechanger
    I would say a mix between casual and smart casual, depending on the event :)  But if I'm at home, always casual.
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  • bg844
    bg844 Community member Posts: 3,887 Disability Gamechanger
    Because of my conditions, I find jeans really uncomfortable and like they don’t feel right on me (weird I know!). I wear tracksuit bottoms around the house but at events I do like wearing a suit. 
  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser, Scope Member Posts: 7,979 Disability Gamechanger
    I hear you @bg844. I also find jeans uncomfortable. I much prefer leggings or jeggings as casual wear at home. However, if I am at work or other formal events I do like wearing trousers and a smart top  :)
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  • Missykittykat
    Missykittykat Community member Posts: 1 Listener
    Hi I’m new here and I love to dress quirky, gothic, punky and fun. I love vintage and my favourite colour combo is purple, duck egg blue and pinks. As an artist I just love all colours and styles. 
  • Hannah_Scope
    Hannah_Scope Posts: 7,316 Disability Gamechanger
    Hello @Missykittykat

    Welcome to the community! :) I also love vintage fashions. Do you have a particular era you always lean towards or do you like to try a bit of everything? 
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  • Cartini
    Cartini Community member Posts: 1,108 Pioneering
    I`m not in the least "arty" and as for fashion, so long as I am warm in winter and cool in summer - anything goes.
    As for dress code, I work from home so I have 2 codes: warm and cold codes.  The warm code is boxers and t-shirt (plus shorts if I`m expecting visitors) and the cold code is fleecy leggings, t-shirt and fleecy top; the cold will dictate between slippers or flip flops.
    As for colour: blue, blue and blue. I don`t care what shade, so long as it is blue :)
  • WelshBlue
    WelshBlue Community member Posts: 703 Pioneering
    Winter
    Harrington jackets/ Crombie coat,  sta pressed trousers, shirts/ t-shirts, Doc Marten boots or Adidas Samba trainers for going out (stuck in a skinhead warp ... the Ska loving kind) 

    Spring Summer Autumn
    Knee length denim shorts, t-shirts and boots or trainers

    At home t-shirts and boxer shorts.  All neighbours and people who call no longer blink.
    Even the postmen and Evri drivers are used to it.  

    Burgundies, greys, blues, mustard, tan and black.  With the odd smattering of cerise and pink

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