How to Use Color to Make a Fashion Statement
A color analysis for men and women should tell you what colors are effective for people in your profession, as well as for you as an individual. We have more information about what colors are effective than any other image consultants currently working in North America.
Unfortunately, the majority of contemporary image consultants and personal stylists subscribe to the mistaken belief that they can tell you what colors are good for you based upon a system which categorizes people into four classifications called seasons (winter, fall, summer, and spring). We're one of the only image consultant clinics that will explain to you, in concise clear language, why that system is useless. Yet we will tell you what colors are good for you.
We've got the solution to your image and color concerns, but instead of using a fanciful system pulled out of a hat, we employ the same system used by renowned painters and artists, such as John Singer Sargent, Cézanne, and van Gogh. They never categorized people into seasons; instead, they used tested color theory and contrast analysis. With our award-winning system, you'll learn how easy it is to select colors, and color combinations, that flatter your figure and enhance your image.
Here are some of the things that a color and contrast analysis can do for you. Just for fun, ask yourself these questions:
- Do you want to stretch your buying power?
- Do you want to avoid disappearing in your clothes?
- Can you identify your best colors?
- Are you aware of basic color theory?
- Can you name which colors flatter your face?
- Do you know why black isn't the universal slimmer?
- Do you know why white is not just for summer?
- Are you ready to look your best?
- Are you intrigued by the potential for a proven color analysis?
Those in the know realize that a color analysis based on sound color theory is the first step toward proper wardrobe choice. A color analysis is important for men as well as women. A good color analysis will tell you much more than simply which colors are good for you.
If you're reading this, you're the kind of person who's interested in subtle things that others don't notice. Let us sell you on the idea of a color analysis with a proven track record. First of all, it'll help you look good. Second, it'll save you money because you'll only buy appropriate garments and you won't have unused items hanging in your closet. Third, it'll put you ahead of the crowd.
A color analysis and a contrast test go hand in hand. The first analyzes your tone and takes into consideration your face and hair, and also your age and any expected changes that might occur in the next two to three decades. Then a contrast test helps maximize your look with specific fabrics and color combinations. This isn't guesswork, either. It's based on the work of artists such as Winslow Homer, Thomas Eakins, and John Singer Sargent, as well as the latest findings of scientists who understand how the eye perceives contiguous colors.
Now for the first time in your life you'll know what to look for when you go into a store. Immediately the bewildering array of choices will be tamed and manageable. You'll be like a heat-seeking missile, aimed at the clothes that are right for you. You'll know what you're looking for.
The result? Nothing less than stunning. Once you're outfitted in the clothes that match your color and contrast pattern, you'll radiate charisma like Liz Taylor and Tom Cruise. When people see you they'll think you're a celebrity. Ice blue and canary yellow accents perhaps. Parrot green and scarlet. Burgundy and black. Grape and pewter. Let us dazzle your eyes with the latest in fashion wizardry. The classic artists of the Renaissance and the Andy Warhols of today are working for you. Yes, they're inspiring you . . . showing you the way. And you're a new beacon of light in outfits that are perfect for you.
NOTE: Attorneys need not be concerned with a color analysis in the way that those in the arts or theater are, because there are certain colors that attorneys must restrict themselves to in order to be effective. We will explain what those colors are for men and women (they are different for men and women).