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Peacock colors Saturated color: peacock blues

Peacock colors My style changes with alarming frequency. One week it is Modern Rustic, the following it is Retro Charming. But teal (or peacock blue, in case you are no longer into the whole brevity factor) has remained my favorite colour for the long haul. Why has it withstood my notoriously finicky & swaying taste? Well, just have a look at it.

It's daring but no longer a shock to the eyes; moody however now not too darkish; stands out from the crowd with out inflicting a scene. And it pairs surprisingly well with everything from impartial whites & warm woods to even lipstick red (just see underneath). My style changes with alarming frequency. One week it's Modern Rustic, the next it is Retro Charming.

But teal (or peacock blue, in case you are not into the whole brevity factor) has remained my favourite color for the lengthy haul. Why has it withstood my notoriously finicky and swaying taste? Well, just look at it. It's daring but now not a shock to the eyes; moody but no longer too dark; stands proud from the gang with out inflicting a scene. And it pairs unusually neatly with everything from impartial whites & warm woods to even lipstick red (just see underneath).

Call it Teal or Aquamarine, Either Way This Color is a Hit.

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