blue and a diffrent shade of blue or purple and blue that dont go anyways its because of co-ordination you have to have that
Blue with brown, navy with black, and orange or pink with red usually don't look good together. Generally it's good to put together colors that are complimentary or analogous. If you imagine a color wheel, complimentary colors are opposite each other and analogous colors are neighboring colors.
Not sure I agree with uwgirl. I think the right shade of blue goes very well with brown, and orange and pink can look completely hot.
This question would be easier to answer if I knew whether we were talking clothes, makeup or room design.
Navy, brown, black and white should never all be worn in one outfit at the same time.
Three of the above can be done, if done right.
Just my personal opinion.
Navy blue and black, because they look almost the same. Also I personally don't like brown and black, unless they come together in a pattern.
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