Bright colors reflect more light. The colorful clothes are like caffeine for the eyes: a burst of vibrancy that gives us a boost. The color of our clothing serves as a signal to others; it tells them who we are. When we get dressed each morning, we’re telling ourselves who we want to be and how we hope to feel with the color we choose from our wardrobe.
Fashion is one of the most important visual experiences of our time, and in fashion and in our lives, color plays a vital role. Clothing is a powerful form of non-verbal communication, and it’s also one of the ways we identify ourselves.
Researchers have shown that color helps us to process and store visual information more efficiently than colorless experiences and people make up their minds within 90 seconds of their initial interactions with either people or products. According to a recent study, between 62% - 90% of the visual impression is based on color alone.
Color coordination can be an important aspect of creating a cohesive and well polished look when putting together an outfit. It takes effort and time in understanding what colors suit you and using them properly. It definitely takes time mastering the overall process. For example, you might love some colors, but they don’t look good on you. Instead choose colors that work better for your skin tone to achieve your best look. By knowing and using the right color combination in your outfit, you’ll certainly feel amazing all the time.
I believe that there’s nothing wrong with sticking to what you know you love, but challenging yourself to blend color into your wardrobe can be an incredible mood lifter. Instead of going crazy and buying a rainbow-hued wardrobe, gradually incorporate color so that you’ll still feel good in your own skin.
If you are looking for a place to shop to add some color to your wardrobe, find a place where the clothing is not only vibrant but also sustainable. At CHYATTE, Timbrel's designs are a unique blend of ancient and modern art, incorporating vibrant colors, bold silhouettes, and playful shapes that speak to everyone. Her love for handmade textiles is evident in every piece, and she takes pride in designing for people of all cultures or even talk to a stylist to find the right colors to add.