Colors have meaning.
Have you notice that you attract more attention when you wear a certain color compared to when you’re wearing a different one? People are affected by colors. Colors can influence their mood. They can evoke emotions; and, I for one, am drawn to bold colors like red, orange, and bright yellow. They can change my mood almost instantly.
Red for instance is commonly used in restaurants’ logos. Orange, on the other hand, is famously preferred by educators. Observe the pre-school where your baby is enrolled in next time you drive her to school. You’ll see, one of its corners is painted orange. In most probability, the activity room is awashed with this color.
Next, let’s focus on how interior decorators use colors. In most American homes, for example, kitchens are painted yellow. This color is believed to induce appetite, that’s why. The corporate world, either, can’t escape colors’ influence as illustrated by this situation: the color of your get up upon entering an office will definitely leave an impression on your colleagues, and everyone you meet there; notwithstanding, their personalities, preferences, or positions.
Colors are powerful. As you can clearly see now. They, obviously, are not the only factor considered in fashion; however, knowing what to wear on various kinds of occasion sends the message — you have an exquisite fashion sense. In fact, it also qualifies you to leave a more favorable impression. Also, class (aah… how I love that word), is an adjective you would want people to refer to you, I’m sure.
Now, I challenge you to scroll down. Scan an infographic I have personally chosen for you so you can further languish in the treasure of information on colors. It won’t hurt to add up on your fashion sense, right?
Meaning of Colors | Starfashion
According to research carried out by the Institute for Color Research, between 62% and 90% of the subconscious judgments we make about a person, environment, or product within the first 90 seconds are based on color alone. How to Pick the Perfect Color for Any Purpose
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