Olive green, light and deep shades of brown, black and cream, creates a bold, but still soft look.
Chocolate and golden brown shades are gorgeous on this group.
Bronze will be your absolute best metal, because it's deep, and not very intense, just as the DEEP WARM soft. Gold is your second best look, but silver will look almost just as good, because of the usually fair skin of the DEEP WARM soft (especially when winter pale).
The combination of peachy pink, neutral grey, golden yellow and deep brown, gives a look few others than the DEEP WARM can pull of.
Color blocking looks fresh on the DEEP WARM soft, but the look just can't be as bold as on the other DEEP WARM's. Especially if all your features have a softer intensity to them. You just can't handle as much drama as the rest of the DEEP WARM's.
Deep warm red and deep navy are examples of the right kind of deep and dark colors for the DEEP WARM soft. Use ivory or cream white instead of pure white to get that crisp contrast look.
An all ivory or cream outfit is fresh and balanced on a DEEP WARM soft, and one of the best looks for this deep and warm shading.
Mint, Chinese blue, and aqua are the right kinds of lighter coolish green and blue for this group.
Deep olive green and deep red looks hot and mysterious, but yet calm and classy on the DEEP WARM soft.
Keep your best colors close to the face. Black can look good on a DEEP WARM soft, but it's best if it's a warm black, or to compliment it with other warm colors.
Bright peach and hot pink are great warm hues for the DEEP WARM soft. Use them together for an even bolder, but balanced look.
Warm bright red and tomato is great on the DEEP WARM soft. Chocolate brown is a great alternative to black. Make sure the contrasts are well balanced for this group.
Deep forest green, mint and camel look stylish and has a fairy tale feel, on the deep and warm coloring of the DEEP WARM soft.
The difference between this soft group and the other DEEP WARM's is that their best DEEP WARM colors has a tiny drop of grey in their them. Also, they do monochromatic combinations really well. Pure colors won't look bad, just not as perfect as the slightly dirty.
A warm Nautical or 70's inspired look, is great on the DEEP WARM soft.
Pure red and monochromatic combinations are great for the DEEP WARM soft.
Teal is also a good color for the DEEP WARM soft.
Prints looks great on the DEEP WARM soft as well, but the look just can't be as bold as on the other DEEP WARM's. Just keep in mind that your look has to be well balanced.
BEST DEEP WARM 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.
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