Power Dressing

What we wear affects our mood on both a conscious and subconscious level. Sometimes we gravitate towards colours that reflect our mood, or colours to shift us from one emotional state to another. We can also wear certain colours to position us in a certain way in social situations. What we wear can subconsciously alter the mood of people around us, particularly useful in the workplace or when we’re in situations that we might typically feel anxious or unheard.

  • Grey is the color of compromise, being neither black nor white it is the transition between two non-colors.
  • Silver has a feminine energy, it is fluid, emotional, sensitive and mysterious.
  • Gold is the color of success, achievement and triumph. Associated with abundance, luxury, sophistication, prosperity, quality, and prestige
  • White is colour at its most complete and pure, the colour of perfection, it communicates purity and innocents. 
  • Black creates an air of mystery, it can be seen as being closed off, but is also powerful in workplace
  • Brown is a serious, down-to-earth colour that relates to security, protection and material wealth.
  • Orange is the colour of social communication and optimism. 
  • yellow is the colour of the mind and the intellect, it is optimistic and cheerful.
  • Indigo is the colour of intuition, it can communicate idealism and structure;
  • Blue is the colour of trust and peace, suggesting loyalty and integrity as well as conservatism.
  • Purple is the colour of the imagination, creativity and individuality
  • Green is the colour of balance, growth, and can be assertive for self-reliance
  • Turquoise suggests strong communication skills and clarity of mind
  • Pink is unconditional love and nurturing, it’s feminine and soft. 
  •  Magenta is a colour of universal harmony and emotional balance, seen as t is spiritual yet practical, encouraging common sense.

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