Inspired Art and Living with Fiona Stolze



I don’t know if you are aware of it, but the colours you choose to dress yourself in can truly empower you.

When was the last time you woke up and just felt like moving mountains? And what did you grab for in your wardrobe? I’ll bet it was something pretty upbeat that made a bold statement about the way you felt on that day.

And the morning you opened your eyes and felt pretty awful. That was when you put on something that was likely cautious and “invisible”. Who wants everyone looking at them when they’re not feeling special?

It’s a fact that the choice of clothes you make on a daily basis really reflects what is going on inside of you. And for the majority of people this is happening on a subconscious level.

So, just image if you were to make conscious decisions about the way you colour dress and the impact this will make on everyone around you? (oops, I just coloured that yellow and it became almost invisible)

That would mean that you could think about what you have planned for the day and dress to enhance the desired outcome. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Personal empowerment with colour is quite easy once you know how.

I will be sharing some interesting bits and pieces about how to empower yourself with colour and I look forward to hearing about any of your personal experiences.


February 11, 2009 - Posted by | COLOURS | , , , , ,

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  1. […] and their energy can be harnessed to improve all aspects of your life. You can quite literally empower yourself with colour. And yellow is no exception. It’s a warm magnetic colour like red and orange but has […]

    Pingback by The Psychology of Colour: Wearing Yellow Clothes (Part One) « Inspired Art and Living with Fiona Stolze | January 12, 2011 | Reply

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