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  • Colors (Red) Wearing Red Wear a red accent piece when you want to present yourself as bold and dynamic. It can boost your confidence if you are attending a function or interview where you feel unsure of yourself. If a woman wears a red dress it is usually associated with sex appeal.
  • Colors (Pink) Wearing Pink Wear pink when you want to present yourself as a peaceful, calm person who is not threatening. The softer shades are very feminine and darker shades will alleviate feelings of friction.
  • Colors (Brown) Wearing Brown Wear brown clothing if you want to show no direction or attitude in particular. Brown is a disguise that can be used to effectively hide your true nature. Prior to the introduction of denim, brown was the color worn by manual workers. Warm brown can be worn to exhibit a 'down to earth' feeling. View slide
  • Colors (Orange) Wearing Orange Wearing orange during times of stress, or shock can help to balance your emotions. It can bring about the willingness to embrace new ideas with enjoyment and a sense of exploration and creative play. View slide
  • Colors (Gold) Wearing Gold Wearing gold in everyday life increases personal power, and promotes courage, confidence and willpower. Gold chains worn around the neck preserve health.
  • Colors (Yellow) Wearing Yellow Wear yellow to present a cheery, uplifting effect. Use it around your office to help keep a clear your mind, and improve memory and decision making.
  • Colors (Green) Wearing Green Wear green when you want to overcome a sense of thwarted ambition. Green says growth – balance - harmony. It is a color of healthy relationships.
  • Colors (Blue) Wearing Blue Wear dark blues for a stable, calm conservative feeling. All shades of blue will help to make easy communication, whether it is with yourself or others. Use blue paper for notes when you want help in remembering a speech or other information.
  • Colors (Purple) Wearing Purple Wear purple when you want to encourage fantasy, mystery and imagination.
  • Colors (Indigo) Put some indigo in your life when you want: • to focus on personal issues • to develop intuition • to step outside of everyday life for a new and interesting way of viewing a problem • solitude and inner communication
  • Colors (White) Wearing White Wear white to impart a pure, wholesome impression. Surround yourself with white if your surroundings feel cluttered and you want to refresh your mind.
  • Colors (Black) Wearing Black Dress in black if you want to become inconspicuous. Black is also used in clothing to make a bold statement of mystery and self control. Black clothing can say "Notice me but do not intrude."
  • Colors (Gray) Wearing Gray Gray clothing suggests efficiency and is often used for this in the business world. Gray can also suggest lack of imagination, so should be used carefully. Gray will emphasize neutrality. Too much gray, or the wrong shades will suggest lack of character, initiative and detachment. Add a hint of another color to gray clothing to express efficiency with personality. Source: http://crystal-cure.com/color-meanings.html