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Can you help me work out what season colour I am?

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greyhoundgymnastics Sun 17-Aug-14 21:58:18

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victoryinthekitchen Mon 18-Aug-14 08:50:38

what colours suit you / people compliment you in? You sound v similar to me, I tend to suit corals / navy I think. Would love to know where to start with this colours business!

greyhoundgymnastics Mon 18-Aug-14 16:36:12

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SquidgyMummy Mon 18-Aug-14 16:40:41

I was going to say spring or a summer.
best way to tell is hold up some gold and then silver jewellry against you. If the gold looks grassy and cheap you are spring; if the silver looks tinny and cheap you are summer.

Rivercam Mon 18-Aug-14 16:42:05

Do you suit natural tones, rather than pure tones, if that makes sense?

Lucked Mon 18-Aug-14 16:43:37

I think summer too. Stop wearing so much black!!

Rivercam Mon 18-Aug-14 16:44:11

www.styleexpert.co.uk/WhichColoursSuitYou.html

greyhoundgymnastics Mon 18-Aug-14 16:45:03

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Rivercam Mon 18-Aug-14 16:45:25

www.becomegorgeous.com/fashion-style/new_trends/choose_colors_that_suit_you-1891.html

Hope these websites help

greyhoundgymnastics Mon 18-Aug-14 16:48:25

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greyhoundgymnastics Mon 18-Aug-14 16:49:21

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Rivercam Mon 18-Aug-14 17:44:58

I think some colours make you feel good, others drab, but what can appear drab on one person, can look great on another.

I have days when I only can wear certain colours, like wearing pink, or blue. Sometimes, I've gone to wear pink, then perhaps changed to blue, but that doesn't feel right so change back to blue. I'm not usually one of those people that are in touch with their inner being/soul/spiritual side..., nor particularly fashion conscious, or artistic, so it slightly freaks me that colour affects me this way.

colourmesophie Mon 11-Jan-16 13:17:54

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