Have you ever worn certain colors and received several compliments? Then you wore other colors and were asked if you were tired or feeling okay? Chances are you were probably wearing colors from another season.
There are four seasons of the year: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. We use these seasons to determine our colors, just like changes in the air, trees and weather, each seasonal color palette is different:
Autumn is comprised of primarily earth tones and has the most variety of greens. The majority of the world is classified as Autumn.
Spring is the rare season, with a great variety of crisp, clear colors.
Winter has the strongest colors and is the only season that can wear pure black and pure white.
Summer has soft colors, comprised mostly of pastels and several versions of brown. Most people make the assumption that black is a slimming color, unless you are a winter don't wear pure black or white.
Now, for those of you who have a wardrobe comprised of primarily black, I am not suggesting you throw out all of your clothes. Once you have a color analysis and your season is determined, start to incorporate those colors into what you already have. You will be amazed at the difference it makes once you start wearing colors from your own season. You can never be more than one season.