IMPORTANCE OF COLOR WE WEAR
Colors have a demonstrable psychological
effect. So, our automatic reaction to colors is so strong.
The sight of red means warning and white mean simplicity and
respective of title. Military uniforms are intentionally colored
to give the statement and impose authority. Colors are used
in many ways to assert recognition because they are fairly
easy to read and understand.
all colors are good for any individual because of different skin color tones.
The best way to find your personal skin color is to ask a friend who can be objective
about your situation. Your friend can "drape" you with big swatches
of different colors. The most flattering colors are sometimes the good colors
for you. Often, you'll be surprised that the color you like best is also the best
color for you.
you know your personal color, practice by understanding their association with
seasonable colors (spring, summer, winter, and fall). They can give a set of guidelines
for flattering effect of your clothes. You'll also be able to forecast colors
for the next season.
of popular colors and how our emotions respond.
mysterious, sophisticated, glum, depressing, deadly |
calming, cool, quiet, sleepy, sad |
subtle, dignified, gloomy, cold |
successful, loving, greedy, restful, calm. |
pink) Wild, sensual, daring, flashy, vulgar |
cheerful, new, motivated, garish, warm. |
innocent, delicate, feminine, delicious |
warning, sexual, aggressive, energetic, cheerful, angry,
vital, exciting |
rich, stately, passionate, subtle but sexy, impressive, alone |
pure, young, safe, simple |
bright, hopeful, optimistic, joyful, clear, positive, alive |
is important to understand that color has three properties. These properties do
not affect the meaning of colors unless their appearances have actually
changed (ie hot violet, frosted brown)
guidelines according to seasons
contrast and bold colors.
soft, cool, slightly grayed colors.
Think bright, fresh and lively colors.
Think deep, dark and muted colors.