Hands down, orange and black. awful, awful. Other than that, its appropriate to wear any two colors together. It's not about color, it's about tone of color!
Dark brown and any shade of green, only trees can get away with that color combination.
Well, there is the old saying, blue and green should never be seen. Don't see it me self, but there you go.
Probably not really any worst colors to wear for an outfit. It all depends on the occasion.
I think putting together two different blacks looks weird. It can make one of the pairs look faded if they aren't the same. Also lime green and bright orange......just screams deranged lol
Creme on creme, or creme on khaki is blah too
Has to be RED and PINK ..yukky !! and GREEN and ORANGE comes a close second
Brown and black can look weird at times. But, these days anything goes...especially with a multicolored scarf or accessories.
Well, there are just some colors that I think are pretty ghastly (for clothing), so I would have to say royal blue and pale pink. Ick.
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