Cool, icy and dark colors, but the icy blue has a dash of grey in it, the pants are charcoal, and the coat has a soft material and cut, to emphasize the soft yet hard contrasts. Nb! If the icy-grey-blue is too much like powder blue it wont be a DEEP COOL shade.
Royal Blue and silver, icy glow
Emerald green, with pine green, and chartreuse green-yellow, combined with black and white; gives a "subtle" and pure contrast look.
Balanced contrasts. Icy, pure and deep colors mixed together will give a soft yet sharp contrast. Just as the DEEP COOL soft has a sharp look, but with some softness to it. Patterns and prints are an excellent way too wear colors that are borderline too much for the softer DEEP COOL. (A perfect solution for those sensitive to white).
The cool, dark and sharp school girl look, is edgy in a perfect way.
Cherry red, and black and white. A look that no one can pull of as well as the DEEP COOL. Even throwing sequins into the mix wont over power the sharpness of (even) the DEEP COOL soft.
As all cool groups, blue will be one of your absolute best colors. And for the DEEP COOL, deep and pure shades of royal blue, true red, green, black, white and grey, are you absolute best colors. If in doubt, go for one of these.
Deep, dark colors with a black and white detail to contrast.
Black with red, and print.
Your best color inspo is to channel the colors that remind you of a Goth Secretary, or Futuristic Fairytale.
An all black outfit is high in contrast, but less busy for the soft.
Since the DEEP COOL soft has an intensity especially similar to the DEEP WARM, they too can sometimes struggle with pure white. A slightly dirty white or a light grey would be more flattering.
As the natural goth that is the DEEP COOL, a Wednesday Addams look matched with deep red, is perfection.
Fuchsia is a great color on any DEEP COOL, matching it with another great "color" like charcoal; will give it a slightly calmer look.
Silver and bronze are better for you than gold, since they are a little calmer. A DEEP COOL soft has an intensity as a DEEP WARM and the coolness of a CLEAR COOL. So they look best in DEEP COOL colors that are slightly softer.
Even some pure and bright olive green colors are very flattering for the soft, deep and cool. Especially if you have hazel eyes to match.
Icy pure colors matched with black, white, and grey. Balanced contrast.
Grayish whites give a much softer look next to the deep, dark blue and black. Mixed together it's a soft, deep and dark contrast look.
Flame orange is a great DEEP COOL color, but for the soft, it is best to mute the look by throwing a little grey and some black into the mix. Patterns, or mixing three "colors" is a good way to soften the overall look.
Butter yellow is the best yellow for a soft. Pine green and chocolate brown together give an almost warm look to the cool DEEP COOL soft.
Black and white patterns are an amazing look for all DEEP COOL's, and as I have mentioned before; a perfect solution to those sensitive to white. Black is such great shade on the DEEP COOL soft, that it carries the white, and it all ends up looking fantastic.
An all "one color" look will usually be quite flattering on the DEEP COOL soft. Secondary colors such as grape purple, is also one of the better shades.
BEST DEEP COOL soft LOOKS
These outfits have been put together to create a better understanding of how to mix and match colors, contrasts, and materials to get that right look for your appointed group.
(Photos in this post are borrowed from HM.COM, Jollychic.com, and a few are random pictures from Tumbler or Pinterest or borrowed from Google. Unknown source.)
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