Whether you plan your outfit the night before, or simply wake up and grab the first thing your hand touches in your wardrobe, the colour you choose to wear says a lot about your personality and style. Perhaps it’s time to pay more attention to the colour that you’re wearing and the message that it is sending out.

Blue has a relaxing undertone to it – creating an ambience of stress-free calm for the wearer and those who come into contact with you.

Worn by those who contain endless amounts of energy – those who usually have an almost endless supply of passion for life. It has been said that those who wear this colour often are action-orientated, who like to live life to the fullest.


Renowned as the universal colour of authority, those who choose to wear black give off an air of self-confidence and assertiveness. Black wearers are often strong willed, independent individuals who take pride in every area of their life. This will reflect not only in their work attire but in their out-of-office time, too.

Think purple is the colour of royalty? Maybe in certain parts of the world, but this hue is more closely associated with those who are of a more sensitive nature. Purple wearers are usually more introverted and tend to think of others more than themselves, they are supportive and creative thinkers, usually not afraid to step out of the box.

Orange is often associated with a more social personality. It’s definitely one colour that one should avoid wearing to the office but rather leave it for a night out on the town.

Due to its association with nature, this hue represents a calming innate happiness. Those who wear it often are centred and have a deep inner happiness which they emanate.

White is often associated with a deep need for simplicity or minimalism in ones life. It is often worn by those who are not bogged down by the capitalistic nature of our world; those who choose instead to follow their own path and desires in a more simplistic nature. White wearers are often neat and immaculate by nature, taking pride in the appearance.

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