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In color, the neutral would be colors which highlight a bright color's attributes. Neutral colors are black, white, gray, tan, taupe, and brown in some cases. These colors will "go with" any other color combination, resulting in a balanced composition.

In fashion, this is seen most readily in the classic color combinations. With a black base, one can wear red, pink and purple in one outfit. It's the same with the other neutrals noted above.

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