How to Easily Chart Out Colorful Outfits

A color chart is a fun tool to use as a starting point when creating outfits.  You can mix colors to your heart’s content to express your true self, or use the chart I have put together for you below.  When using the chart, just choose a piece of clothing in a basic color and see what colors are indicated to go with it.  Color is art, and art is beauty.  You can consider yourself a work of art every day; age doesn’t matter.  Have fun!

Angie Cox of the fashion blog YouLookFab.com commented after viewing the Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear collections, “As far as colours go, I saw it all. Colours seemed to be making a stronger statement than neutrals. From the happiest brights, merriest mid-tones and softest pastels, through to earth tones like mustard, jewel tones like emerald, and greyish mid-tones like mauve, sage green, and air-force blue. They’re remixed in all sorts of combinations, so having a high affinity to colour mixing is in your favour.”

The following chart can help simplify your color choices. Continue reading “How to Easily Chart Out Colorful Outfits”

How to Get in the Mood with Color

Age doesn’t matter when it comes to color.  Choose your favorites and stick with what flatters your true self.  The following color trends will give your wardrobe a youthful update.

The PANTONE Fashion Color Report provides a comprehensive overview of fashion designers’ use of color in their spring 2017 collections, as seen during New York Fashion Week.  From colors that are bright and vivid to those that convey a sense of earthiness, Pantone sees the top 10 colors for this spring as reminiscent of the hues that surround us in nature.  Featuring the top 10 shades seen on the runway, the PANTONE Fashion Color Report is your essential color guide to the season. Continue reading “How to Get in the Mood with Color”