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Surprising Result of My Color Analysis

    or How to Adapt Favorite Pieces with ‘Wrong Colors’ to My Color Type?

    Surprising Result of My Color Analysis

    If you receive a surprising result from your color analysis or even feel disappointed, I always advise not to rush into anything. Don’t immediately get rid of all the clothing that doesn’t match your determined color type, but take it slowly. Start by trying out a few pieces of clothing and/or makeup to see how you feel with the new colors and whether you feel comfortable with them. Because that’s the most important thing! Some color types have very striking colors. If you’ve always preferred wearing clothing in muted colors, it might be very difficult for you to suddenly wear bright colors.

    Start with the neutral colors of your color type and use the colorful ones as accents near your face. Accessories like scarves, necklaces, and earrings are very suitable for this. If you enjoy using makeup, start with more subtle products like blush and eyeliner or mascara.

    Clothing That No Longer Matches Your Color Type

    The same applies to clothing that you have grown fond of but does not match your determined color type. You don’t necessarily have to part with them. If they are pants or skirts, simply pair them with a top that matches your color type.

    For tops, you can adjust them with scarves, shawl collars, scarves, shoulder warmers, boleros, and vests. If your color type allows it, you can also wear a statement necklace. Or you can sew a collar into the neckline so it looks like you’re wearing a blouse or shirt in one of your colors underneath the top. Hijab wearers have it easy here – unfortunately, you can’t adjust your hijab if it has a color that doesn’t suit you so well.

    If you’re a fan of retro styles, you can use scarves, headbands, stoles, and large earrings to balance out less flattering colors of tops. If you’re a fan of big brooches, that works too. For example, as a silk flower.

    You can also use scarves, shawl collars, scarves, hats, headbands, shoulder scarves, ponchos, and capes on jackets.

    I wish you lots of fun experimenting. If you have a tip that I haven’t mentioned, feel free to write to me, and I’ll include it.

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