Earlier this summer, inspired by YouTube, I had my colors done. For those of you who don’t know, there is a color analysis theory that every person fits into a season and knowing your season will guide you towards wearing the right colors for your skin tone/hair color/eye color. It took a bit of searching but I found a digital option online for a good price. Three weeks later, my results came in and it turns out I am a “Clear Spring” and look good in the colors below.
Major relief that my favorite colors black and red are still great colors for me to wear! I already gravitate towards red/orange and sometimes green. I’m not sure how I feel about wearing yellow or salmon but I am going to work on incorporating more blues and pinks into my wardrobe.
Above I’m wearing clothing in my favorite Fall/Winter colors: navy, cranberry and hunter green. I don’t think any of these colors look horrible on me. However, when I compare myself wearing colors from my suggested palette below to my previous favorites for Fall/Winter, I can immediately see that I look better in the more vibrant recommended colors below.
I’m not shopping as much these days but I bought new sweaters during the summer sales. I am planning to buy one or two new dresses before the end of the year ideally in the new colors recommended for me. I’ll let you know how my dress shopping process goes.
My apologies to anyone who wanted to participate in the digital clothing swap as we don’t have enough interest at this time to make it do-able. Feel free to comment below if you didn’t signal your interest in the digital clothing swap previously.
Have any of you had your colors done and did it have an effect on your wardrobe choices?
Interesting. I can’t see the bright yellow or very pale sage green looking good on you but maybe the lighting would make a difference. It’s good to expand your colour palette as you go intoa new season. The brighter colours really look good on you.
I’ve had success with a light apple green but I agree sage or yellow is not going to be a good look on me.