The concept of color psychology can be seen in marketing, art, design, and of course fashion. Although much of the “science” behind it is anecdotal and your feelings about color are very personal and are rooted in both experience and culture. One undeniable fact is that colors can affect moods, feelings, and even behaviors. Continue Reading
Well, we are living through some unprecedented times and I have to admit to being a bit hesitant to post. Was I being insensitive? Was it too soon? The thing of it is, I found myself paying even MORE attention to others in my field so the more I thought about it, the more I felt that making a contribution to the digital conversation would at least be diverting, if not necessarily inspiring. So I’m going to share some things that I did to cope….because that’s really all we can do right now. Continue Reading
A little red, white and blue never hurt anybody! When the infamous color trio makes its appearances at the beginning of summer, it’s all you see in stores, on your Instagram feed, and on your favorite style icons for two months. However, the palette’s ubiquitousness usually tapers out before the first of August to make room for more autumnal hues. So before I exchange my bright primary pops of color for burgundy, olive, and camel, I wanted to get one last “farewell” post in saluting summer’s most iconic color palette. This week, I’m bringing it back for a less-fireworks, more-fireside vibe.
How wonderful it is to be home for a while after weeks of traveling. Just like my home is cozy, comfortable, and familiar, those feelings were the inspiration for this week’s look. While I’m all about trying new things, it’s called signature style for a reason. My ’70s-inspired boho look is unmistakably my own with wide leg jeans, an embroidered balloon sleeve blouse, and a unique handbag that I brought back from my last trip to Mexico.