I am working on an app that gives suggestions on how to match colors for your clothes and I am looking for a tagline for the app.

Which is better? "Fashion color matching" or "Fashion matching colors" or "Matching fashion colors"? Or is there a better choice of words? I am not a native English speaker so I don't know which formulation sounds more natural.

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    If you can get away without using the word 'fashion', 'color matching' would be the obvious choice. Stringing nouns (and other descriptors) together doesn't always give a reasonable-sounding or a clearly understood result in English. Though there may be a disproportionate number of Google hits in this style (eg new arrival flat casual summer sweet brief fashion color ) in tag-happy ads. If you need the general category, "Fashion: color matching" is more acceptable. Jul 10, 2013 at 9:32
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    It's a tagline he's after, not a category. Fashion color matching is a good choice, or perhaps Color matching for fashion. Jul 10, 2013 at 10:19
  • I agree with @Elendil's last suggestion, in part because "color matching" is an ambiguous phrase without context Jul 10, 2013 at 10:42
  • What about something like wardrobe coordination? Jul 10, 2013 at 11:54
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    Or, "color coordination of your wardrobe." Jul 10, 2013 at 13:42

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How about making the tagline sound more active by having the verb in front? ie "Matching colors in style," "Matching colors for fashion"


How about "Matching colors fashionably"?

Or "Fashionable color matching."


You can use below tag lines for your app,

  • A style for every story.
  • Be your own label.
  • Designed for fit. Loved for style.
  • Fashion is nothing without people.
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  • Your suggestions provide no connection to the OP's needs of matching colors. Please edit your answer if you can make it more relevant
    – user1995
    Mar 20, 2017 at 10:52

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