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Not surprisingly, sand dollar’s name is derived from the critters often seen washing up on the beach. It is reminiscent of the beach and warm summer days.

As a nude, sand dollar easily pairs with a wide variety of shades, making it versatile. For instance, combine it with lavender and light pinks for a feminine feel. You can also combine it with other colors you see at the beach like teal, coral, and oranges. For a modern and sophisticated palette, use it with white, cool grays, and blues.

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