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Step out of your comfort zone with colour

We often get stuck in a rut and keep buying the same thing we have always bought. This can get very boring, but sometimes we are not sure how to change things. I am going to share with you how to step out of your comfort zone with colour.

Step out of your comfort zone with colour

When I ask my clients who wear black all the time and not colour why?  I get one of two replies

1) I don’t want to stand out or

2) I don’t know which colours will work for me.

I can really relate to this, if you are going to a party and do not want to stand out you wear black and you will blend in. This also goes for ladies that wear bland colours like cream and beige, they blend in too.

When looking to buy a party dress there is always a very good choice in Little Black Dresses (LBD) and not so much choice if you are looking for a colour. I know that black is not a good colour of me, it drains the colour from my face, and really does nothing for me. I love to wear colour as it makes me feel so good. If I choose a bright colour it will give me energy. Wearing the right shade of colour for you will give you confidence as you know it looks good on you.

Step out of your comfort zone with colour

I am not suggesting that you necessarily go for full on colour in bright red or cobalt blue, but try stepping out of your comfort zone a little and choose an alternative to black. How about a navy blue, or a very dark red/aubergine, or dark green these colours will be more flattering.

Christmas is good time to embrace colour and different textures in fabrics. With all the party tops out there in silver and gold, velvet and other sheer fabrics. Why not experiment a little and step outside your comfort zone with colour and fabrics.

Hear are some alternatives to black.

Step out of your comfort zone with colour
Step out of your comfort zone with colour
Step out of your comfort zone with colour
Step out of your comfort zone with colour


Try this Purple embellished overlay dress from Wallis at Debenhams at £48.00. a great change from black. Or this navy long sleeved knee length dress from Mantaray at Debenhams. It makes an effortlessly elegant addition to your wardrobe. Made from soft jersey, it has a feminine lace finish and branded button cuffs. £45.00 Women often choose to wear black as they think it is slimming but all dark colours have the same effect. Both these dresses are in dark colours and make a great alternative to black.

As you grow in confidence you will be able to wear more colour, its all about stepping our of your comfort zone, small steps.

My name is Sandra and I am colour and style coach based in Chelmsford Essex. Colour is my passion and I love to help ladies find out which colours best suit them. This can be very liberating, giving ladies confidence to be the very best version of themselves and make great changes in their lives.

Click over to my website now for more details.

You can follow me on Facebook  where I regularly post style updates.  Pinterest  is a love of mine and here I have several boards from style, colour combinations and many more. If you would like to have a chat and find out how I can help you please call me on 07786 632798 or email me or visit my website 

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