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I never used to be a big fan of white, mainly due to the impracticality of the colour, or so I thought. White is often used for highlighting features by bringing them 'forward' so that your attention is drawn to them.  This is true in almost all art forms, perhaps due to the fact that it is the most reflective colour in the spectrum and its representation of perfection.  In the colour spectrum, it contains an equal balance of all the colours which makes it the 'perfect' colour whilst containing no hue.  Due to the brightness of the shade, it is often refer to as the positive colour that represents hope - the complete opposite of darkness. In fashion, many people shy away from...

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