The Spicy Palette in the Absolute Colour System of 18 different colour directions is Toasted, Light and Warm. It is related to both the Spring and Autumn palettes in the seasonal colour system. It’s a similar intensity (brightness) to Autumn and softer than Spring. Medium-light to light hair, but neither very bright or muted in their colouring, just some softness with a warm glow.
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Watch the video about these Spicy colours and why they have been selected and which colour and value contrasts they work best for.
Great neutrals for the Spicy palette include all tan, camel, soft light olive, cinnamon, stone, sand and lighter browns. Find out more about why these make great neutrals for the Spicy palette here.
And lastly some prints and patterns in the Spicy colours - what to look for and who suits each sort of pattern (talking value contrast and colour contrast here).
Remember, when shopping, don't buy anything you don't love just because the colour works - you want to have a combination of both colour and style and of course the garment must express your personality and style recipe too! If you want to figure out what all these are for you and find your authentic style - then join my 7 Steps to Style program (you'll also discover your palette of colours too).
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Ooh I really like these spicy colors! Many of them occur frequently in my wardrobe.