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The moral of the story is, keep it on the lighter, more colorful side during the day, and save the ultra-dark looks for nighttime. The evening is for amping it up, but it's better to play it safe and casual during the work day. The colors incorporated into daytime fashion are more inviting and bright; just like how the sun is out. But when the moon is high in the sky and the sun is nowhere to be found, unveil your dark colors and add an extra edge to your look. Your nighttime ensemble will be sleek, sexy and style-savvy if you choose to follow these rules. You could even be with the same people and they wouldn't recognize your outfit. The look isn't about going from a rainbow to a complete absence of color, it's about transition. If you were to wear dark hues during the day and wanted to incorporate a piece from your daytime look to your nighttime look, then you'd do the opposite as the photo guide. You follow? Like I said it's all about the transition, it doesn't matter which colors and looks come first. I just think the dark theme for the night is appropriate, you know? Do as you please.
Whatever you do, make sure it's fashion-forward.