Following on from yesterday’s post on finding your colour personality preferences, today we’re going to look at the first catetory – the neutrals.
Those of you who tend to choose neutral colours, shying away from most colours of the rainbow can be described as liking the colours of the classic style.
Classic clothing tends toward the structured, smooth, low-textured, but this aspect of the clothing style may not appeal. Classic jewellery is traditional in it’s materials and construction, this also may not appeal.
You may just incorporate the low-keyed nature of neutrals with another clothing personality style.
Some prefer to wear the same shade of neutral head to toe, whilst others like to mix up their neutrals.
Just remember, if you have a warm complexion to look for warmer neutrals, from browns and warm greys, to deep olive and camel. If you have a cool complexion try greys, navy, rose beige, white, charcoal, deep rose brown and black.
There are many neutral options and you can still wear a variety of shades, whilst sticking to a neutral palette.
Some of the words you may use to describe some of your personality traits include:
But even if you don’t identify with all these words, you may find one rings true for you. If you were all of them then you’d be attracted to the Classic style as a whole, but if you only find a word or two relate to you, then this may be why only the colour palette attract you and you find other style elements from different personality styles.