Start building your color palette wardrobe in 3 easy steps
Is the first impression important?
Statistics show that it takes less than 1/10th of a second to form an assessment of someone’s looks.
29% of people first see the colors of someone’s attire when meeting. Hence, what we wear is important for the first impression we make!
I suppose you know that already! And we’re 100% sure you’ve read all the color palette quizzes and even had taken one in an attempt to identify those colors that suit you and look perfectly on you!
Is it difficult to be color-analyzed?
Now, back to color analysis – the basic takeaway here is to figure out what works for you and your lifestyle specifically. Then, understanding this to slowly start building up your digital wardrobe around your individual style.
It gets better: we’ve created this simple color palette infographic to help you define your seasonal type and then use La Koketa App to combine the colors and clothes that you have and that match your skin tone and appearance!
Simply follow the arrows!!! ⏩
1. Define your skin undertone
1️⃣ Flip over your wrist and look at your veins. Are they green or blue? If they appear blue – your skin tone is cool, If they appear green – you are a warm one.
2️⃣ Silver or gold jewelry? If your skin shines under silver – you are a cool skin tone. If gold looks good on you – then you are warm.
3️⃣ Cool tones burn easy, warm ones simply get darker.
1️⃣ Warm if you usually neither have very dark nor very light hair with medium intensity;
2️⃣ Cool if you have ash blond through to brown, chestnut brown with no reddish highlights, silver ash blond, grey/silver mix, dark brown, brown-black, or black hair.
1️⃣ Warm if they are light to medium brown, olive green, dark hazel, light hazel, warm blue, often with a yellowish rim around the pupil, medium to dark brown with obvious warm undertones.
2️⃣Cool are: blue-grey, hazel, softened blue, violet, soft dark brown, charcoal grey, black.
Summer, Winter, Spring, or Autumn – What are you?
2. Know your color palette
Depending on your seasonal type these are the colors that bring your natural beauty out! Seasonal color analysis matches aspects of your appearance with colors that will reduce visual imperfections and will bring out a refreshed complexion and a natural glow. And there are also universally flattering colors. They look good on every skin type – true red, dark purple, teal
In the intricate journey of self-discovery, navigating the shifting seasons of life can be perplexing. Yet, fear not, for these are not rigid rules but rather guiding lights—a mere starting point. Just as crafting an insightful essay requires careful consideration, remember that you hold the power to transform into the author of your own narrative. So, if you find yourself wandering amidst the seasons of uncertainty, stay calm and embrace the opportunity to be the protagonist of your story. 😍 You, the author of your destiny, have the ability to shape your narrative, much like the skilled writers at WriteMyPaper.help.
3. Build your outfits using your color palette and La Koketa App
Ok, nice! Now: what do you do with that newly acquired knowledge for your fashion self seasonal type?! Here comes the app:
❗ All in all, you might want to create a set of outfits within a particular color palette. Here’s how:
1️⃣ Pick a category
2️⃣ Select the color and choose a piece
3️⃣ Tap “What to wear?” and the app will give you suggestions from the clothes you have already digitized!
❗ Find and evaluate gaps both in your digital and physical closet. Here’s how:
1️⃣ Filter each category by your color palette and season and the items you possess will show immediately. Keep in mind that this is not a strict rule – if you like a dress and you do not wish to part with it – keep it and combine it with a pop-up accessory in your flattering colors.
2️⃣ Now this is precious – knowing what you do not have will only give you the incentive to shop smartly – buying only what you really need! And preliminary matched with your wardrobe.
Why La Koketa App?
I’ve avoided the color analysis theme for 2 reasons:
1️⃣ It seemed a lot confusing to me and a lot of fuss, still, in the end, no clear solution came out.
2️⃣ Plus, I am not a fan of sticking “types” or etiquettes to people, especially when fashion is involved!
I’d rather give you the backbone of a carefully curated wardrobe and style than tell you what to wear!
We’ve created La Koketa app with the idea of exploring and defining your own style, identity, and outfits with what you already have in your closets! And with the vision of developing and upgrading your fashion stylish self!
❗ Finally, what do all those words and graphics mean to you? You still struggle every morning wondering how to style your favorite high-waisted mom’s jeans? You still don’t know if you actually need that color palette?!
Here are the main takeaways:
✅ Denim, purple, and teal go on everybody! Combine them with neutrals and that effortless chic would be captured in seconds!
✅ Use your color palette as a reference to optimize your hair and makeup – they are all yours to play with😉.
✅ Keep colors that don’t suit you away from your face. That way they do not have an impact on your complexion. Reserve them for shoes, bags, belts, even trousers! And keep them in small doses! Like this, you can still wear them, regardless of the fact that they do not belong to your color palette!
Tell us, girls, was it easy to determine your color season? Do you use your personal color palette in your closets and do you build your outfits on color-coordinated themes?!
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