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Why Orange & Pink Is the Best Color Combination

Hermés scarves are just the beginning.
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1. A pink tablecloth makes orange sherbet look even more delicious.


2. Vine flowers against an orange wall never looked so perfect.


3. Because Hermès everything, all the time.


4. Yes to cosmos and oranges - always.


5. The combo is found in the most beautiful nature scenes, like this tulipa "apricot parrot" flower.


6. Or this bouquet of roses.


7. But the combo also makes a killer outfit.


8. And the perfect pair of summery heels.


9. Flamingo feathers.


10. Does a more romantic sunset even exist?


11. Peony happiness comes in the form of orange and pink.


12. These colors make you want to explore this Spanish building.


13. Oranges could not be more photogenic than when they are pictured in front of a hot pink background.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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