I just love the original Veuve Clicquot Color combination. Adding pink to the mix for their Rose and the caption “Mon Amour” won my color and champagne loving heart. Have you ever seen a wine bottle look so sexy?
While clearly what lies beneath the soft pink ice dress is a bottle it is so provocative that the ad might as well be a photograph of a sexy, sultry model or movie star.
The simple and elegant buttoned up version on the left has a classic, never go out of style look. It reminds me of the wide-eyed and always alluring Audrey Hepburn. While the low cut, half unzipped pose on the right is as tasteful and as tantalizing as the Italian beauty Sophia Loren. Veuve Clicquot sure knows how to give their products super sexy star appeal!
VEUVE CLICQUOT COLOR ANALYSIS
I especially like how the color palette speaks to both sides of sexy. The soft pink (a hue perfect to represent rose champagne) is so feminine, delicate and demure. The yellow-orange (the signature Veuve Clicquot color) is warm, open and catches attention without being too brazen.
My first thought was,
“Wow, how perfect this color combination is on so many levels”
As I gave it more thought however I believe it actually goes much deeper.
The hues the company used is a perfectly proportioned color scheme sure to capture any man or woman’s attention. It is a combination that invites woman to enjoy the sensuality of the images. I suspect it sparks something in a woman’s subconscious that connects buying Veuve Clicquot Rose to being as desirable as the bottle.
Note the use of the red accent color from the original Veuve Clicquot color scheme. A nice addition to the pink and yellow orange while staying within the brands color identity.
Not every harmonious scheme is a classic combination you can find on the color wheel. This one however is an excellent example of a diad harmony — two colors about one step apart on the color wheel — yellow/orange and red/orange.
The red/orange is a let down to a light tone of warm pink. It is a more complex hue of pink that speaks to their upscale, sophisticated buyer. The strong yet slightly toned down rather than vibrant yellow-orange adds contrast and an element that says you can anticipate an evening of fun and frivolity.
I don’t know about you but I’m ready to buy a bottle. I’m also ready to surround myself with this combination. I went on a quest to find other ways to use the alluring Veuve Clicquot color combination. This is what I found.
OTHER WAYS TO USE THE VEUVE CLICQUOT COLOR COMBINATION
In her suggestions for flowers
And for serving pieces. Being partial to tabletop china, pottery and glassware I love the shape and colors of these pieces.
Go with a brighter pink and yellow-orange color scheme to create a joyful combination for a baby shower.
Pink and yellow-orange is a creative color combination for an Autumn table, don’t you think?
The Veuve Clicquot Color scheme is a natural for anything that includes gerber daisies like these favor boxes.
This color combination makes for a festive party.
The bright combination looks young and playful in an uneven striped wall that includes both yellow-orange and orange.
A girl’s bedroom in a San Francisco home is pink with accents of yellow-orange to counteracts
the gray and foggy light of the city. “Pink is warmer and more enveloping,” designer Stephen Shubel says.
How would you use Veuve Clicquot color combination of pink and yellow-orange?
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