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.
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.
We’ve sure had our fair share of April showers in NYC this spring. And as the old saying goes, May flowers should be right around the corner. If waiting for daisies to break through the ground is a little too slow-paced for your taste, you can don your own flowers this spring in a myriad of ways! Your favorite brands are getting spring fever too, with florals on every rack and in every window. Miranda Priestly may scoff at the age-old motif, but florals are a timeless staple for good reason. Brands like DVF, Gucci, Erdem, and Alice + Olivia have dozens of floral patterns for you to choose from this spring, as well as a wide range of silhouettes and materials for variety.