You went to the mall to purchase one singular outfit at Nordstrom, and as you’re walking to the Nordstrom store, You pass by Vonmaur, and you see the Sale sign below right at the entry of the store. What do you do?
You go to that store, yes? At least most of us would have. You either purchase more items than you intended or you walk out irritated because the store scam into thinking there was an actual discount when the sale prices barely deviate from the original price. Either way, you went inside the store, which is what the sale sign intended for you to do by being the color Red. This concept of selecting the right colors to pull-in customers is a prevalent marketing practice, and this illustrates the psychology of color.
According to psychology, The color red elicits our powerful sensations like lust or passion, boosts our appetites and Red signifies love, and danger. Our eyes are automatically attracted to red and generate action and enthusiasm; that is what makes us go inside of the stores to check out the Sale. Next time you see a Red sale sign, try to remember why you went to the mall in the first place if you did not intend to spend a large sum of money.
The US Labor Day was September the 2nd and fall typically starts after that around mid to late September. By mid-September, the temperature will begin to cool down, particularly during the night and these are the times to start mixing your fall wardrobes with your summer ones. For example, you can wear your summer clothes under cardigans with ankle boots or oversized sweaters with mini skirts, etc.. By the end of September, the temperature typically gets much colder, and you’ll end up wearing most if not all of your fall outfits.
Fall fashion typically consists of neutral colors such as grays, blacks, creams, browns, Mustard Yellow, Burnt Orange, Hunter Green, and Dark Purple. Not much further down from fall is Winter and its fashion colors are Black, Medium to dark Grays, White, Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green, Cream, Browns, Dark Red, and Dark Purple. My strategy for dressing during In the Fall and Winter is to blend the colors of the two seasons. For Example, I can wear a Gray Skirt with a Burnt Orange outfit in either season. As a result, combining the colors of the seasons, there exists a more comprehensive range of outfits I can create. With this strategy, you will not have have to stick to either fall colors or winter colors.
Most people would wear red with white, black or grey and that is fine, but you can wear red with other colors and remain chic and straightforward. Here are 8 ways to wear red for fall 2019.
Red and Grays
Red and Black
Red and Creams
Red and Browns
Read and Mustard Yellow
Red and Burnt Orange
Read and Hunter Green
Red and Dark Purple
There are so many ways to incorporate red into your wardrobe. You use a handbag, a belt, jewelry, blouse, sweater, coat, dress, skirt, scarves and many more. Red is one of the perfect colors to add some color to your outfit. How do you like to include red in your wardrobe?
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