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    Anonymous Guest

    in or on

    should I say " you look nice On red" or " you look nice In red"? Get confused with the prepositions. Thanks

    Ellen

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    Anonymous Guest

    Re: in or on

    Quote Originally Posted by ellen
    should I say " you look nice On red" or " you look nice In red"? Get confused with the prepositions. Thanks

    Ellen
    You look nice in red.


    Use "in" to refer to how someone appears with regards to their clothing.


    Another example: You look nice in your new shirt.

    You could use "on" like this:

    That's a nice shirt you have on. You look good in it.

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