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    If someone is wearing bright colored clothes red and orange, can I say " You look very bright". Or should I just say "You look very vivid". Which is correct?

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    Re: bright

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    If someone is wearing bright colored clothes red and orange, can I say " You look very bright". Or should I just say "You look very vivid". Which is correct?
    "You look very bright" is fine. You could also say "You look very colourful".

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