I've shopped for myself a little this week, as a reward for how hard I've been working. I recommend you do the same for yourself!
From Wednesday, Nov. 27th through the following Monday, Dec. 2nd, every document on this site will be 25% off!
That's 25% off of all
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I am thankful for all of you, my readers. :-) Enjoy the rest of your week!
Note: Due to the anticipated high order volume, please allow up to 2 days for any non-downloadable documents to appear in your inbox. I'll try to be faster than that, though. :-)
When you know your color season, you'll know dozens of colors that are gorgeous on you. But different women within the same color season will wear their colors different ways, depending both on their own coloring and on their style types.
In my last post, I talked about how Dramatics can best use their color palettes. Today, I'll give you tips for how to use your palette as a Natural (or a Natural blend.)
Naturals look great in colors that feel simple and confident, and colors that suggest the outdoors.
As a Natural, your go-to colors will be your calm neutrals (relaxed greys, browns, whites, and blacks), your blues, your greens, and perhaps an occasional red, orange, or yellow for contrast.
Natural color combinations feel unstudied -- like you didn't overthink the colors before you paired the items. They don't feel shocking, nor do they feel carefully planned or matchy-matchy.
Even on a cool-season woman, greens, browns, blues, yellows, and neutrals can feel outdoorsy and earthy when worn in combination.
The Natural use of color has a relaxed, easy heartrate. It shouldn't feel as still and silent as Ethereal's use of color, but it definitely shouldn't feel as high-energy as Dramatic's or Gamine's use of color.
Are you a Natural or a Natural blend? How have you used your seasonal palette? Please share in the comments!
All of the colors in your seasonal palette will be harmonious on you. But some of them will work better for you than others.
Part of that will have to do with the unique way your individual body -- your skin, hair, and eyes -- displays your palette. And part of it will have to do with your style type. Different style types use colors differently to achieve their best looks.
So if you're a Dramatic or a Dramatic blend, how should you use the colors in your palette?
Bold color contrast reads as Dramatic -- one of your very light is colors with one of your very darkest colors, for example, or two colors that are far apart in hue.
Any head-to-toe monochromatic look generally reads as Dramatic.
A monochromatic look in one of your palette neutrals will feel particularly intense.
Are you a Dramatic or a Dramatic blend? How have you combined your palette with your style type? Please share in the comments!