Sometimes when we look in the mirror, we see qualities of ourselves that we’d love to change and hide. At Image Intelligence, we understand that style adjustments are part of life and that if you learn to tailor your look to suit your body type, you will feel like your best self every day. Below are our favorite style secrets to help you achieve your own personal look, unique to you.
How can you harness the power of color?
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There’s been so much conversation about how we should emerge into a post-pandemic world. What to wear? What not to wear? In my opinion, what’s most important is to dress in any way that makes you happy! With all of this in mind, we’ve put together a Mother’s Day Gift Guide full of accessories and small luxuries to pamper her (or you!) that will make her feel vibrant, sparkling, special, and above all, loved.
This guide provides only a sneak peek into the power of color in expressing emotion. Keeping the emotional implications of colors in mind while styling will help you create outfits appropriate for the mood you’re going for!
Recently, my husband and I decided we needed a social outing with two friends around their firepit. While I put on a royal blue velvet dress, purple Timberland boots, and a vintage white fur coat, it was my multi-colored beaded chandelier earrings that were most noticed. The colors in the beads set off my eye color, and were all I really needed to shine. Your eye color provides guidance for the best colors to wear near your face. You will notice that your friends and colleagues will make more eye contact with you more frequently and for longer periods of time. For you, I’ve broken down how I use natural palettes to advise my clients on their best colors!
Although individuals may react differently to colors based on personal preferences and unique life experiences, numerous studies confirm that the majority of people often make certain color associations.
Because prints and other patterned fabrics (plaids, brocades) are so eye catching, it is particularly important that they work well with your personal color pattern. Prints typically function much like an advancing color within an outfit, so use them most often on body areas you’d like to notice, not one’s you’d rather minimize.