Need opinions from Women only. Color clash with Lacoste outfit.

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To my eye, the blue on the back of shorts clashes with the solid black on back of shirt.
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Not sure how good your monitor is but im seeing a deep navy blue on mine. TN monitor, you prob have an ips, like a phone. TN is medical quality

The lacoste trim on the shorts is a different color than on the top.

The design contrasts the white with the different darker colors of blue.

Would have to see it from the back, maybe they have a pattern that blends
 
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Raul_SJ

Legend
Not sure how good your monitor is but im seeing a deep navy blue on mine. TN monitor, you prob have an ips, like a phone. TN is medical quality

The lacoste trim on the shorts is a different color than on the top.
The royal blue on shorts clashes with navy blue on back of shirt.




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anarosevoli

Rookie
The only things that clash here are a tennis short and thighs that obviously never were near a tennis court. I really like the outfit, I also see navy, not black.
 

Raul_SJ

Legend
The only things that clash here are a tennis short and thighs that obviously never were near a tennis court. I really like the outfit, I also see navy, not black.
The shorts are navy blue trim.
Solid black on the back of the shirt.
Color Clash!

 

Harry_Wild

G.O.A.T.
In today’s culture, anything goes in clothing! Clash is good too! Fashion is trendy! Do not worry about this! Set your own trend! Be your own person! People will respect that! Why follow somebody else’s trend?
 

Raul_SJ

Legend
In today’s culture, anything goes in clothing! Clash is good too! Fashion is trendy! Do not worry about this! Set your own trend! Be your own person! People will respect that! Why follow somebody else’s trend?
Players on court ask me about my outfits and I will direct them to Tennis Warehouse.
Yes, I am somewhat of a fashion influencer.

Not excited about the Royal Blue and Navy Blue color clash.
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van_Loederen

Professional
In today’s culture, anything goes in clothing! Clash is good too! Fashion is trendy! Do not worry about this! Set your own trend! Be your own person! People will respect that! Why follow somebody else’s trend?
i think that pairing green and blue asks for trouble.
and orange in general :p
 

bbasher

Semi-Pro
The shirt has a very dark navy blue, but I don't think it's black. The shorts have a royal blue stripe with a navy blue Lacoste border.

I don't think it clashes, but I personally am not a huge fan of white unless it's hot out. It's totally up to you though, if you like then go for it.
 

van_Loederen

Professional
Players on court ask me about my outfits and I will direct them to Tennis Warehouse.
Yes, I am somewhat of a fashion influencer.

Not excited about the Royal Blue and Navy Blue color clash.
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that's not Royal blue on the left. it's Cobalt :p
 

Enga

Hall of Fame
Not a woman but a man with impeccable taste and I say the difference in colors makes it less boring than if it were the same color. You can wear wrist bands that match the blue on the back of the shorts. Or a headband as well. Even socks like in the picture.
 

Raul_SJ

Legend
Not a woman but a man with impeccable taste and I say the difference in colors makes it less boring than if it were the same color. You can wear wrist bands that match the blue on the back of the shorts. Or a headband as well. Even socks like in the picture.
Lacoste apparel is ridiculously expensive.

The tapered "Lacoste" on shorts and shirt perfectly match.

IMO, The Royal Blue on shorts should be better color coordinated with the Navy Blue (nearly black) on the shirt.

Black and blue do not match. Sorry!
 

Bartelby

Bionic Poster
Black and navy blue are usually said not to go together, but some rules are made to be broken.

And it's not so much that they don't match, but that they are too close on the colour spectrum.

If you wear a black top with dark navy blue jeans it works perfectly well.

The Lacoste outfit is essentially white with black and navy accents on the seperate pieces so it doesn't even really break the rule.
 
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