Just because winter is here doesn’t mean you have to look bland all the time. From a bold orange-and-pink look to a more neutral grey-and-white, feel warm and comfortable in your seasonally appropriate look this winter (i.e., December – February). To add zing to your look, we put together colours that are incredibly unique to winter. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, these colour arsenal applies to anywhere when the temperature starts to drop and the wind to blow.
Black is the quintessential colour for attracting excessive heat. The charisma of black is tough to beat. Black manifests sophistication, glamour, emotional safety, security, efficiency, substance. One can opt for black t-shirts, jackets and cardigans. Though white alone may not turn heads, it goes well when worn in contrast with black. Also, since black is a universal colour, it can look good with anything while adding grandeur to any other colour.
You could effortlessly flaunt a red sweater, jerkin or sweat-shirt. Red colour has the property of appearing to be nearer than it is and therefore it grabs our attention first. Though red is a bit loud a colour, the amalgamation of red and grey or white will make one look smart. Red manifests physical courage, strength, warmth, energy, basic survival, ‘fight or flight’, stimulation, masculinity & excitement. So with no time delay, make the strong colour Red the default colour in your wardrobe this winter.
Get the magnetic look considering orange t-shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, shrug or cardigans. It exhibits ample of charm to go well with either white or black. Orange appears best when worn in its multiple shades for winter. And it unveils physical comfort, warmth, security, sensuality, passion, abundance & fun.
Yellow is yet another fantastic colour which has immense scope in the winter. A yellow t-shirt, jacket, sweater or overcoat will complement well with black jeans. To get a serious look, include a little bit of blue too. Yellow exhibits optimism, confidence, self-esteem, extraversion, emotional strength, friendliness and creativity.
BROWN & GREY
Brown and Grey may not be the first choice of colours; however, it is not advisable to reject them altogether. They’re neutral colours and hence cannot be disregarded as prosaic. Brown and Grey can be your best bet this winter season as they look different yet attractive. You could choose to purchase a grey or brown t-shirt as they flaunt Psychological neutrality and Seriousness, warmth, Nature, earthiness, reliability, support respectively.
These garment colours can help you withstand the cold and wind to an extent, however, are intended to be used with few warm layers needed underneath. And some places are just too cold for the colours even to matter. Gladly, the arrival of winter gives us the opportunity to sport bright colours.