Intimidating colors to wear
As explained in the video below, our eyes take in color and then communicate with the hypothalamus.
Consequently, the hypothalamus sends signals to the pituitary gland.
For many years I would go out wearing black all the time and wonder why (with my natural introvert personality and high colour contrast cool colouring which sends out a ‘keep away’ message) why others didn’t come and talk to me in social situations.
But it’s my work with my clients and their experiences that excites me the most. She was a lovely woman, a very strong woman in her personality (brainy and assertive) and worked in middle management.
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If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you’ll know that I really believe with a passion that colour can change your life and it’s a super important part of your clothing and style decisions.
But our thoughts, patterns and often, shyness disrupts the smooth flow of building relationships.
When it comes to style, there’s nothing that is as equally simple and universally intimidating as colour. Because it’s the deciding make-or-break factor to the overall success of any look, giving every unique outfit its characteristic personality.
Simply put, the proper use of colour is arguably the ultimate styling tool at your disposal.
It has the power to either properly elevate a look, to act as a frame of for simpler tones (black/white) or to completely ruin an outfit all on its own.
It’s not only because I can see in my own life and experiences of the colours changing other’s reactions to me.
For instance I had a mustard yellow jumper which whenever I wore, people would ask me if I was OK or feeling ill?