The meaning of the color Nude and color combinations to inspire your next design.
Nude was originally named after the Western-European centric Caucasian skin tone. It is close to beige in terms of being a pale shade of the mixture of brown and white. Its hex code is #E3BC9A.
The term nude has expanded not only in fashion, but also in society as it embraces diversity. While the outside world attempts to express its expansion, the use of nude in design continues to follow the original shade.
Neutrality is attributed to the color nude. Unsurprisingly, this same neutrality means it’s a perfect accent color for any other shade found in the color wheel.
Looking for a different hue? The following colors are related to nude.
In a RGB color space (made from three colored lights for red, green, and blue), hex #E3BC9A is made of 89% red, 73.7% green and 60.4% blue. In a CMYK color space (also known as process color, or four color, and used in color printing), hex #E3BC9A is made of 0% cyan, 17% magenta, 32% yellow and 11% black. Nude has a hue angle of 27.9 degrees, a saturation of 56.6% and a lightness of 74.7%.
The hexadecimal color #E3BC9A has RGB values of R: 89, G: 73.7, B: 60.4 and CMYK values of C: 0, M: 0.17, Y: 0.32, K:0.11.
227, 188, 154
89, 73.7, 60.4
rgb(89%, 73.7%, 60.4%)
0, 17, 32, 11
27.9°, 56.6, 74.7
hsl(27.9°, 56.6%, 74.7%)
|HSV (or HSB)|
27.9°, 32.2, 89
78.829, 9.157, 22.456
55.496, 54.633, 38.188
0.374, 0.368, 54.633
78.829, 24.251, 67.815
78.829, 27.143, 29.259
73.914, 8.755, 17.741
11100011, 10111100, 10011010
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