Day 9 Challenge
Today we will focus on COLOR. Do you know what colors look best on you? How about the ones that don’t look good at all?
Part A: If you know your dominant color characteristic (DCC), then fill it in on your Style Sheet. Your answer should read: Deep, Light, Soft, Clear, Warm or Cool. Do NOT guess at this. If you don’t know your DCC, then go to my free color analysis website and take the test to find out. That website is: www.ColorEnalysis.com If you want to order your color swatches, you may do so on that website and then you’ll be instructed to send me a photo for me to confirm. I’m sorry I can’t confirm everyone without the order or that’s all I’d be doing all day long!!!! Thank you for understanding!!!!
If you have your Color Swatches, then get those out and look at them. If no color swatches, then get the book out and go to Chapter 2. Read the specific part regarding your DCC.
Part B: Based on the information from my book or the Color Swatch description cards, you will see what the best neutrals for your wardrobe are based on your DCC.
Now take a look at your organized closet. What neutral colors should you build your wardrobe around? You may already have those colors in there, or you might decide to get new neutrals, this is totally up to you. BUT, do NOT pick more than 2-3 neutrals (jeans don’t count so these are extra) to plan your spring/summer wardrobe with. For example, do you have brown, black, white, camel, gray and navy bottoms? Too many for a basic wardrobe! This is why you’re all over the place when it comes to planning a good wardrobe. Choose 2-3 basic neutrals that you’d like to go thru Spring/Summer with.
On your Style Sheet, you will see a line for NEUTRALS FOR WARDROBE. Fill that in with the Neutral colors you are choosing for your wardrobe.
In the comments below, tell us what your DCC is and what your neutral colors will be for this season. For example, I’m a WARM and my neutrals for Spring/Summer will be Ivory, Camel, and Navy.
Love ya, Shari