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How Wearing Color Impacts Our Mood

Updated: Jan 4

Colors can have a surprisingly significant impact on your mood. For instance, bright warm colors like red, yellow, and orange can evoke feelings of energy, warmth, and positivity. On the flip side, cooler tones such as blue and green might promote a sense of calm and tranquility.


Colors can also influence the way others perceive you, and it's not just about personal style—it goes deeper into the psychology of colors. 



A bold and attention-grabbing color. It's often associated with passion, energy, glamour and confidence. People may perceive you as dynamic and assertive.


When to wear it: 

When you want to lean into a fiery mood

When you are bit low on energy or confidence, and/or need to take on challenges.

Special occasions like cocktail parties, galas, or formal events.

It's a classic choice for a date night, especially if you want to make a strong and confident impression.


Vibrant and energetic color that exudes warmth and enthusiasm.


When to wear it: 

When you need to feel more extroverted. 

Wear for group activities when you want to bring people together. 

If you work in a creative field or are attending a creative event to help stimulate creativity and innovation.


A color that radiates positivity and energy. It can make you appear cheerful and optimistic.


When to wear it:

 When you want to be motivated (it is a good choice for workout gear). 

At networking events or social gathering as it helps you stand out in a positive way; attention-grabbing without being too overpowering.

When you just need a boost. Feeling down? I bet it can help turn your day around.


Represents harmony, balance, and growth. Wearing green can make you appear approachable and friendly. The shade is key, lighter greens are more calming and darker greens conveying a more sophisticated tone.


When to wear it:

At work, during stressful meetings or pitches. Wearing green to the office can convey a sense of stability and calmness.

During interviews, reflecting your adaptability and a desire for positive change.


Conveys a sense of calm, trustworthiness, and reliability. It's a color often associated with professionalism.


When to wear:

Job interviews, meetings, and workplaces; when you want your reliability and trustworthiness to shine through.

Darker shades (navy or royal blue) are seen as more formal and sophisticated making them a great evening wear choice. 

When you need to feel more calm and reduced stress levels (a blue super power) - enjoy a more stable emotional state in blue!


Symbolizes cleanliness, purity, and simplicity. Wearing white can convey a sense of openness and sincerity.


When to wear it:

When not eating pasta (jk)

When you want a fresh modern look (easy chic look white/cream head to toe)

Just got over a cold? Wearing white will make you feel put together and fresh.

Want to lift your mood; white provides an openness and brightness feeling


Often associated with sophistication, power, and elegance. Wearing black can make you appear more authoritative and formal.


When to wear it:

As chic evening look - whether you're attending a cocktail party, a concert, or a night out you can never go wrong in an all black look. It's polished and put together without much effort.

When you want to feel extra professional at work to amp up a sense of authority and professionalism.


A neutral color associated with practicality and sophistication. It can make you appear composed and professional.


When to wear it:

When you want to layer. Grey is the MVP of pairing as it serves as a great base with a touch of sophistication.

When you want a modern and minimalist look.

When you want to be approachable yet cozy - lighter shades of grey (e.g. heather grey) can evoke feelings of comfort and relaxation; contributing to a laid-back mood.

As always with clothing, personal preference play a crucial role. 

Ultimately, wear what you like, what makes you feel good.

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