We wake up in the morning, have a shower, open our closets and we are drawn to an outfit!
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This process can sometimes be a very long process and sometimes instant. So, why are we drawn to an outfit hanging many times so squashed amongst others? Was our decision made on the outfit alone or could it be influenced by the colour?
Colours reflect our mood, we let the world know straight away how we are feeling through outfits and colours. Let’s take a look at some colours and what they mean:
Purple: This colour comes and goes in the history of fashion. However, it was always a symbol of wealthy as it was worn by many kings and queens. It was exorbitantly expensive to make by using secretion from sea snails until Mr. Perk came along and found a new way to produce it. Thanks to Mr. Perk the world of Fashion now uses purple and anyone can wear the colour.
Black: This colour is so interesting because it was a colour to wear only when mourning until Chanel presented the world with the LBD (Little Black Dress) making it a all time favourite and at the same time undeniably safe to wear. Every woman must have a LBD in their closets, for those days that you do not know what to wear and you want yet to present yourself with a pinch of sophistication and class.
Red: I believe there is no other colour more attention grabbing than the red colour. Often associated with love and passion, this colour projects energy. Many believe it is so powerful that can cause irritation when exposed to it too often or for a long period of time.
Blue and Green: Are the opposite of red. These colours are calm and relaxing when used in the right shades.
Softer shades of colours will more likely bring the relaxing effect they project. Sky blue, pale yellow, mint, grey, white and so on are colours that will instantly bring a relaxing vibe.
Keeping this in mind, carefully choose what to wear and also when decorating your home or your office. Colours do have a powerful influence on all of us.
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