Complement or Compliment?
Exemple : ‘’That dress will complement your figure perfectly.’’
“Complement” and “compliment” are commonly confused and are both correct but are used in different circumstances. “Complement” is a verb which means to make something even more attractive through the addition of something else.
Exemple : ‘’I see it as a compliment when people tell me I look like my mother.’’
“Compliment” is a noun denoting a positive remark expressing approval or respect. It is also used in the set expression “with my/our compliments” which is used when someone gives something to someone for free.