The Christmas season is in full swing. That means more time for decorating, more time with the tree, more time for buying presents and more cocktail parties to attend. And speaking of parties, in addition to spending an evening with friends, they provide women with the opportunity to be creative with their Holiday Attire. They’re a chance to showcase fun looks and powerful colors that they likely don’t at other times of the year.
First, before choosing that dress consider the climate. A Christmas party in Louisiana isn’t the same as one in Minnesota. Contemplate where you’ll be spending those few hours, and whether your outfit will keep your warm enough. Even indoors it may still be colder than you expect.
Wearing Red or Green at Christmas
Generally, a red and green combination is infrequently worn; happily though with the exception of Christmas parties. So if you’ve had the urge to wear them but were unsure, this is the time of year to fly those colors proudly. If you’d rather opt for something else, the cited wikihow.com piece below takes a very comprehensive look at how to match yourself up with the best dress colors.
The Slimming Affect
For instance, dark material does have a slimming affect on the curvier; but may also make the naturally thin appear leaner than perhaps they’d like to look. They also state to wear,”…the most flattering colors nearest to your face.” As well as to try on accessories at the same store at which you may purchase your dress. That’s a great idea, because then you’ll be able to view several different combinations without committing to buying them.
There are numerous other tricks and tips to be found by clicking the link. However, we did want to share one more piece of interesting information with you. As with roses, a dress’s color sends a specific message. Quoted directly from wikihow, here’s what each means.
- “Red conveys emotional intensity and passion. It can suggest sexuality and lust, and is also very effective at grabbing attention.”
- “Orange conveys enthusiasm and creativity. It is also visually stimulating and suggests heat.”
- “Yellow conveys joy and energy and is the color of sunshine. It also draws attention. If you want people to see that you’re happy, yellow might be your ticket. But be careful not to overdo it; too much yellow can be overwhelming and might not be flattering on you.”
- “Green conveys nature, growth, and fertility. It can make people feel safe and stable. It is also the color of money.”
- “Blue is associated with calmness and loyalty.”
- “Purple is historically associated with royalty, so wearing purple conveys power, wealth, and luxury. It is also associated with magic.”
- “White is most often associated with purity. It conveys innocence and perfection—as long as you can keep it clean! Tip: Unless you’re the bride, don’t wear a white dress to a wedding.”
- “Black conveys power and confidence. It’s hard to get more elegant than a black dress with a perfect fit.”
Enjoy the eggnog!
*Source article: Wikihow.com
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