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Aging in Color; the Secret Power of Being Yourself

I was recently a guest blogger on Denise Lampron’s website blog, Greying Goddess. I am reposting “Aging in Color” below.

Denise is an advocate for aging well. She is committed to changing the paradigm on women and aging. What’s even more, Denise walks her talk. She stands in her own light and she shines.

 

 

You might think that, as you age, clothing and style don’t matter as much as they once did. Perhaps you have gotten accustomed to a certain way of dressing and you’ve stopped taking an interest in current fashion. Or, it might be that you’re so busy looking after everyone else that you barely notice what you’re wearing or why you’re wearing it. Perhaps you’re no longer sure how to dress the body you now see in the mirror, having given up on the idea that you can look great in the body you have, at the age that you are.

 

Whether you are consciously aware of it or not, it doesn’t feel good to wear clothing that’s not right for you. When you wear colors that clash with your natural self, it’s draining. When you’re wearing styles that combat your inherent energy, it’s exhausting.

 

We hear many women talking about becoming invisible as they age. They think that their youth is gone and, with it, the attention they were accustomed to receiving. As a result, the woman in the mirror becomes an easy target for criticism.

 

Hear this: it’s not your age that’s making you invisible. It’s not wrinkles and gray hair that make you fade out. It’s pretending to be other than you are that makes you disappear. When you’re not dressing in the color and design that aligns with you, there is a visual and psychological disharmony that happens. This disharmony drains you, hides you, and eclipses who you authentically are. It is this misalignment that makes you invisible to people around you.

 

Unless you live in a nudist colony, you are wearing color and style every day. Whether you’re in sweats or a business suit, the color and style of every single thing you put on your body is constantly communicating. What do you imagine your current wardrobe is saying? What would you want it to say?

 

Any fabulous outfit highlights how you look AND how you feel. The great thing about Seasonal Color & Style is that it addresses how you look and how you feel at the same time. Getting dressed becomes not so much about being in “style,” but is much more about being authentic. When you are authentic, you are visible  — no matter how many years old you are.

 

At the core, alignment with yourself is where the power is. The key to discovering this power is to know who you are  — and then figure out how to translate it into clothing (we are experts at this). After the work is done, getting dressed becomes an easy way to simultaneously look great and be yourself. We think, with such power at your fingertips every day of your life, you’d want to know how to wield it.

Knowing which colors belong to you and which styles express and flatter you is self-centering, in the best way. It’s about delighting your body and mind with color and style lines that make you glow, from the inside out. When you know the unique selection of colors and styles that make your soul sing, you are aligned from the inner to the outer – and you feel terrific.

 

Seasonal Color & Style is the new fountain of youth. Looking great becomes effortless when your closet is full of clothing that is right for you. You will look and feel fabulous at every age, at any price point, all day long.

 

At Seasonal Color Consultants, our clients tell us they love the experience of feeling good in their skin, of feeling great in their colors, and looking fabulous in their clothes. They are experiencing an inner ease and an outer enthusiasm, from boardroom to home office, from date night to lunch with friends.

 

Has aging has zapped your confidence? Consider having a Seasonal Color & Style Consultation. You will look better. You will feel better. And, most importantly, you will discover the secret power of being yourself.

Cathy Williams

 

 

A Spring Emerges!

I was going to write today’s blog on the importance of personalized Seasonal connection. We are not stereotypes. We are not meant to live inside a box of someone else’s Seasonal definition. This goes for Color, Style and Line-of-Design.

Denise Lampron recently came to us for Color, our Next Level Style service and a follow-up Look Book session. After receiving this beautifully written testament from her, I’ve decided to let her tell her own story.

“Not all Springs are created equal, but I didn’t realize it until my recent color and style journey with Cathy Williams and Joan Kosmachuk. For those of you that know me from the Color and Style community, this may sound strange to hear. So bear with me as I share my intimate tale of becoming a Spring.

“I grew up watching Doris Day and other Spring actresses in the 50’s and 60’s. They were bouncy, buoyant and the “life of the party.” I admired and appreciated their joie de vivre and sense of fun, knowing that could NEVER be me. Fast-forward 50 years, as I sat in the sun-filled Color Lab of Cathy Williams, I was about to learn something that would change my relationship to color and style forever.

Cathy’s Color Lab

“Cathy’s Color Lab is a feast for the eyes — every color imaginable smiles back at you and engages your curiosity. Oh, will that one be mine? Will SHE show up on my palette? What if that gorgeous red lands with me? And that green, say it is so!  I was almost overcome in the midst of such color beauty and energy. Cathy began with my skin tone. She took her time. I appreciated the diligence and focus. Immediately the “quality” of the fabric caught my eye.  It was luminous.  The white Cathy and Joan chose was an opalescent seed pearl. The formal black was light, decorative and sheer. The metallics were a shimmering soft, pale gold.

“When Cathy and Joan completed my palette, my eyes gazed over a landscape of colors that danced in their own light. They were elegant, yet simple. I felt the soft, uplifted energy of these colors. There was aliveness to the colors. I could envision myself in these colors. Cathy and Joan explained how important it was for my colors to support me, not the other way around, which I had been doing for years.  It was the combination of these fresh colors and the luminosity of the fabrics that converted me, convinced me, encouraged me and allowed me to embrace the Spring line-of-design. I am an Orchid Spring.

From Swatches to Assembled Spring Palette

“Although I had been typed a Spring in the past, I was never able to make the leap from Doris Day to Denise Lampron. How was that possible? The architecture of the Spring was never really defined for me in a way I could take in and embrace. At a Spring event many years ago, I remember telling a woman I was a Spring.  Her response: “Oh, I didn’t know Springs could have brown eyes.” The Spring designation seemed to always elude me.  And, being an introvert didn’t help matters. I needed guidelines that I didn’t have and couldn’t find. Denise wasn’t bouncy. Denise wasn’t the life of the party. Then how could I be a Spring? 

“Three weeks later, I was again in Cathy’s sunlit Color Lab, this time for my NEXT LEVEL STYLE Look Book session. What I learned that day made a remarkable difference in how I see and use my colors, along with the best approach to my style. The raw edges, handmade scarves, tunics, heavy vests and wide leg pants seemed visually heavy for my slender frame. They eclipsed my lightness of spirit. Dull, flat, gray colors I “pushed away.” Bold, too-bright colors didn’t work either. I saw how distinctly my skin tone wants to be honored with colors that are effortless; how my neck almost feels graceful without a necklace. That my feet can hold a colorful surprise as the eye moves down my body. That less is more and allows for my presence. That wearing three colors in one outfit is the style-right of this spring woman!  Soon, a full suitcase was reviewed and emptied – and my best pieces were a delight-filled handful.

I always felt something was missing in my previous style, rich with fabrics, texture and accessories. All along it was I. My Spring self.

Denise in Nature

“Cathy referred to my palette as Fresh Wisdom. It feels deeply honoring and acknowledging at this stage in my life. At 66 years old, I am claiming my wisdom. To think of wisdom as fresh is a beautiful concept that will continue to inspire me. 

“Admittedly, I am still drawn to non-Spring styles. Perhaps I will always be. The difference is that now, when I put on something that is too visually heavy for me, I can feel myself disappear. My lightness leaves. I re-focus, turn my attention to my beautiful, light, fresh Orchid Spring palette and reach for something that uplifts me. A Michael Stars shine tank in coral. A pair of teal dupioni silk pants. Sam Edelman Felicia Flats in animal print.  Anthropologie peacock green cropped pants with a tender spring green tank top and colored sandals. 

A couple of outfits from the Look Book Session

“There is something special about people who don’t quite fit into the description, the box, and the stereotype. It means we must dig a bit deeper to understand ourselves and harness the courage to be who we are. We must take a stand for that self-expression.  It means I’m OK not looking like or being the “Doris Day” style Spring. 

“Elevated Simplicity is my new mantra. When I look in the mirror, I want to see myself and think, FUN!  It took me 10 years to find my Spring self.  When the student is ready, the teachers will appear! I’m very grateful to Cathy and Joan.”

Denise Lampron

For a free copy of our e-Book, An Introduction to Seasonal Color Analysis, click here.

Seasonal Line-of-Design – from Words to Wardrobe, Part 2

In the last post, I showed examples of Summer and Spring Line-of-Design with the use of Focus Words. In this post, I will show examples of Autumn and Winter Focus Words and Line-of-Design.

 

 

Within a Seasonal Color Analysis, we identify Color, Season and Line-of-Design. Each of these is a reflection of the other, and each is an essential part of the Seasonal Color Harmony.

 

Line-of-Design is the expression of your Color and Color Quality translated into clothing shapes and textures. Knowing your Line-of-Design is just as important as knowing your Colors.

 

During a consultation, we determine important adjectives called Focus Words. We study you carefully to discover these words. The Focus Words are very specific. They describe your coloration and energy – and go further to translate into your style or Line-of-Design.

 

For example, a woman walked into the Color Lab. She was of medium height and had graying brown hair. Her eyes were green. As she spoke, her speech was punctuated with strongly expressed sounds. When she walked, she moved at a quick pace and placed her feet firmly on the ground.

 

When I held swatches up to her, I watched for what the color did when it was next to her. I found that the colors that supported her the most had a toasted quality. As she relaxed, I perceived that her energy and presence were rather intense, even spiced. She was showing me that she was an Autumn.

 

Sometimes the words toasted, spiced or mellow come up while doing an Autumn’s palette. These words (and others) can come into the analysis in varying degrees, and can be great words for Autumns who have struggled to feel attractive with our culture’s “pretty”-centered definition of feminine beauty.

 

In Nature, we see toasted, spiced and mellow in the colors here.

 

 

How would this translate into Line-of-Design for our Autumn client? Here’s a few possibilities:

 

 

In these items of clothing, we see toasted, spiced and mellow. Of course, we always take Body Signature, facial features and lifestyle into consideration as we hone in on the perfect Line-of-Design for a client, but this provides the general idea.

 

On another day, a man came for a Color Consultation. He was rather self-possessed and handsome. His walk was very quiet. Even though he was moving through the room, there was an element of silence and stillness in his body.

 

When I held swatches up to him, I saw that he made many of the colors look superfluous. I also noticed that the smoother the fabric was, the better. The colors that related most to him were intense. When the colors had this intensity, he became more present. I focused on the words intense, dramatic and refined.

 

                      

 

Next, let’s take a look at how the words intense, dramatic and refined might translate into his Line-of-Design.

 

 

Turns out, my client loves formal clothes and feels most comfortable when he’s dressed up. He often over-dresses when he meets up with his friends. He told me that he had outgrown three tuxedos by the time he was 7 years old. When I took him shopping, the first thing he picked out to try on was a deep purple cashmere sweater. I bet you’ve guessed that he’s a Winter.

 

He loves having his Focus Words. He uses them to choose his clothing (he loves to shop), his belts, his skis and ski clothing. Even his backpack and surfboard are chosen carefully to convey who he is.

 

Through his Focus Words, he finds an authentic congruence that emanates through everything he surrounds himself with. This is especially valuable for him, as he is quiet by nature. With his colors and Focus Words, he is able to powerfully communicate who he is without saying a word.

 

To receive your free copy of our e-Book, An Introduction to Seasonal Analysis, click here.

Hundreds of fabric swatches for color analysis.

Seasonal Line-of-Design – from Words to Wardrobe

Seasonal Line-of-Design is a vast and complex subject.

 

Within a Seasonal Color Analysis, we identify Color, Season and Line-of-Design. Each of these is a reflection of the other, and each is an essential part of the Seasonal Color Harmony.

Line-of-Design is the expression of your Color and Color Quality translated into clothing shapes and textures. Knowing your Line-of-Design is just as important as knowing your Colors.

During a consultation, we determine important adjectives called Focus Words. We study you very carefully to discover these words. The Focus Words are very specific. They describe your coloration and energy – and go further to translate into your style or Line-of-Design.

For example, a woman walked into the Color Lab. She was of medium height and had gray hair. Her eyes were a soft blue-green. As we spoke with each other, her voice was somewhat soft. When she walked, she moved at a leisurely pace and swayed a bit as she moved.

When I held swatches up to her, I watched for what the color did when it was next to her. I found that the colors that supported her the most were very subtle and complex. As she relaxed, I perceived that her energy and presence felt subtle and delicate. She was showing me that she was a Summer.

Sometimes the word subtle comes up while doing a Summer’s palette. It can come into the analysis in varying degrees, and can be a beautiful word for a Summer who may not be comfortable with his/her inherent, understated softness.

Let’s follow the Focus Words from adjectives to clothing.In Nature, we see subtlety in the colors here, as well as a blended quality in the clouds.

How would this translate into Line-of-Design for our Summer client? Here’s a few possibilities:

In these items of clothing, we see Subtle Delicate, Subtle Soft and Subtle Textural. Of course, we always take Body Signature, facial features and lifestyle into consideration as we hone in on the perfect Line-of-Design for a client, but this provides the general idea.

On another day, a man came for a Color Consultation. He was personable and handsome. His walk was a bit bouncy, had a lot of energy in it and he made funny comments which made us all laugh.

When I held swatches up to him, I saw that he brought out the gray tones in most colors  – and I saw that the gray did not match his lively energy. In fact, it seemed to drag him down. The colors that sparked him were fresh. When the colors had this quality, he lit up. For the moment, I landed on the words easy and fresh.

Next, let’s take a look at how the words easy and fresh might translate into his Line-of-Design.

                   
Turns out, my client loves easy clothes and feels most comfortable in casual looks and in fresh colors. When I took him shopping, the first thing he picked out to try on was a pair of yellow pants! I bet you’ve guessed by now that he’s a Spring.

If Focus Words are right, we will find them everywhere in our client; in how he/she relates to Nature, in how he/she relates to the physical world, in the quality of the best Colors, and in his/her Line-of-Design (clothing, accessories, interiors, etc).

In our Next Level Style service, Focus Words are an essential tool we use to guide our clients to their best looks. When the words are right (and in good combination), they guide and inform choices in wardrobe, accessories, even home decor and beyond.

Through the Focus Words, there is an authentic congruence that shines through everything you surround yourself with. You are at home in Nature. You are at home in your clothing. You are at home in your home, in your office, in your garden. You shine. You glow. You spark. You beam. Without uttering a syllable.

 

To receive a FREE copy of our eBook, “An Introductory Guide to Seasonal Color Analysis,” click HERE.

What REALLY goes on during a Color Analysis? So much more than you think…

What really goes on during a Color Analysis?
So much more than just matching Colors…

 

Color Analysis is an art form, as much as it is a science. It uses both creativity and technique. It is up to the expert Color Analyst to perceive, as accurately as possible, your unique relationship to your Colors, with respect to the artistic and the technical.

When a Color Consultant is choosing your Colors, she is carefully watching (what we call) the Quality of Color. 

The Quality of Color is more than just the technical aspect of Color, but the technical words are a helpful first step (tinted, shaded, muted, toasted, etc). Your Color Analyst will watch for these initially – and then will expand on the quality of the Color into other words, like “pretty,” “sweet,” “sharp,” “spicy,” “mellow,” “intense,” etc. When creating a Color Harmony from scratch, it becomes essential to “listen” for these other Color Qualities, as they will lead to the discovery of your Season and, eventually, your Line-of-Design.

Summer Colors, Seasonal Color Consultation, Suzanne Caygill
Furthermore, the Color Consultant is not necessarily always looking to “match” you with a Color. She is actually looking at the interaction between you and the Color. She is watching how you affect the Color when it comes up next to your face – and how the Color affects you. 
What does the Color do for you?

An expert Consultant will look at the specific aspects in you that the Color supports and enhances. For some, the Color highlights their softness. For others, the Color will strengthen their inherent dynamism. For others, we will see their freshness heightened. When the right Color is chosen, we see the true expression of the person revealed.

Seasonal Color Analysis, Summer Colors, Caygill Method

We are not interested in slapping a pre-determined parade of colors on you. What a jip that would be (for you and for us). We choose each Color separately and deliberately, making sure it is exactly right. We make sure each Color does its job, and is in alignment with your inner quality (what Suzanne Caygill called your Essence) and then, naturally, your outer expression.

 

 

Color in One Beautiful Life

I lost a stunning soul-mate friend today. 

As I ponder her life and our friendship, I see both through the spectrum of Color.

Barbara was a Winter.

One night, a few years ago, she and I stayed up late into the night and talked about Color. She said she did not give much thought or care to her clothing. She thought the idea of having one’s Colors done was superficial.

I told her about the deep resonance we each uniquely share with Nature. I told her it wasn’t so much about the “image” as much as it was about the authentic; that Color supports and reflects the special qualities already present in a person…

I remember she wept during her Color appointment. She told me afterwards that she had never, in her entire life, been seen and acknowledged at such a deep level. We typed her a Dynamic Prismatic Winter. And she was that.

Barbara hated shopping. She hated even looking at herself in the mirror. Soon after her Color appointment, she had a nighttime dream. In the dream, she entered a department store in a wheelchair. A saleswoman brought a blouse to her and at first she felt great fear – but then her arms started to move as if in a dance. Looking at the blouse, she stood up from her wheelchair and began to dance all around the store, in joy. And so, it was a dream that convinced her to go shopping with me.

A week later, in the Nordstrom dressing room, Barbara was a complete curmudgeon. She was as cranky and close-minded as any client I’ve ever had. Her first response to every top, skirt or pair of pants I brought in was, “NO.”

I told her, “This is just your fear talking. Do you think we should allow your fear to make all your clothing decisions?”

She begrudgingly tried on some clothes. A silver and white Eileen Fisher sweater. A smart pair of sleek, black cigarette pants. A smooth, Black Violet Vince silk blouse. With these clothes on,  I watched her willingness dawn. 

Winter Colors, Winter Palette

It was my great pleasure to feel her icy hardness begin to melt. She could see how the Color & Line of Design in each chosen item really supported her. It was just clothes – but they were the right clothes, pieces that expressed her Essence and flattered her body. 

She hadn’t lost any of her extra weight, or grown several inches taller, or altered her narrow shoulders and wide hips. But she did something better: she allowed herself to see her true beauty. She said she could feel the Color & Line Harmony in her nervous system. It made her happy and satisfied in a way she did not remember ever feeling… I watched as she ran her fingertips down the quiet lines of a striking black jacket. She took in a deep breath and loved what she saw: herself.

Dynamic Winter, Winter Palette, Color Analysis

My dear friend (who had been the Ice Queen of Resistance) was so delighted with her new look that she began to sway back and forth to the dressing room music. She twirled and whirled, a smooth Winter girl in a rhythm all her own. I jumped up from my chair and we did the Dressing Room Jig, named and known for many delightful shopping trips to come.

We built Barbara a beautiful wardrobe. It was not large, but it was powerful. She wore all of it.

The momentum of Color had taken hold. She purchased a beautiful Deep Royal Purple chair from which to teach her workshops. She painted a Peacock Blue-Green wall in her living room and a Black Orchid wall in her office.

In the last month of her life, Barbara craved white. We had many “emergency” online shopping sessions in search of white sheets, tanks and cashmere wraps in pure white. Not Ivory, not Cream, not Pearl. For her, it had to be pure Snow White.

Winter Colors, Winter Palette, Winter Clothes, Color Analysis, Barbara Kaufman

It was a beautiful thing to watch my Winter friend move into Pure White. She was very weak, and her craving for it was not an intellectual or aesthetic one. My intuition told me that her longing for the whitest white served as both a visceral and Spiritual preparation for her transition. Just a couple weeks later, Barbara expanded peacefully into the Crystal White Mystery.

Till we meet again, my friend.

Winter Palette, Winter Clothes, Seasonal Color Analysis

If it’s Cheap, it Better be FABULOUS.

I had a revelation while shopping with a client recently. With her Shopping Fan in hand, I had loaded the dressing room with clothes so she could hone-in on the Colors and Line-of-Design that most resonated with her.

It’s one thing to have your Colors done and to see them next to your face in the Color Lab. It’s a whole other level to see yourself wearing a garment that is perfect for you in every way. I wanted her to experience this next level.

She had made it clear to me before we started our shopping trip that she was on a major budget and would probably not be buying anything. She did most of her clothing shopping at thrift stores and didn’t like paying normal retail prices. No problem. One of the great gifts of knowing your Colors and Line-of-Design is that you can shop anywhere, from Goodwill to Gucci.

I took her to a local boutique that offers a great selection, so we’d have lots to try on. I noticed that when she tried something on that was not quite right, she would say, “Well, if this was 50% off, I would buy it.” There were several things she responded to in this way.

I knew her closet was filled with such items. There were cubbies and closet rods, from floor to ceiling, that were overflowing with pants, skirts, dresses and tops that were such a great deal – but not right for her. So, of course, she had nothing to wear.

Soon, she found a top that was glorious on her. The fit was right. The Color was superb. The Line-of-Design was perfect for her. When she put it on, she stood stunned. And I got shivers. It was all there. It was perfect.

Then, she looked at the price tag. The top was easily ten times what she usually spent on anything in her wardrobe. Her response? Wait for it: “I don’t care how much this top is. I have to have it!!!” Then she said, “If this top were twice this price, I would buy it!”

 

This is where my revelation came in.

When we say, “I’ll buy this because it’s such a great deal (even though we aren’t crazy about it),” we are in deep inner-self compromise-mode. We know it’s not right for us. But we are willing to wear this visual compromise because we’ll get it at a good price. The problem is, we don’t wear the price. We wear the clothes. In the end, we probably won’t wear it much. Which makes the whole thing a waste of money.

I thought, “What if we flipped it?” What if, instead of holding the bar-for-purchase at, “I’d buy this if it were cheaper,” we made the commitment to ourselves to only buy clothes that make us say this: “I’d move heaven and earth to own this! I’d buy this if it were ten times this price.” Whether it’s a $10 t-shirt at Target or a $500 sweater at Bloomingdale’s, it should thrill us. It should resonate. It should sing.

What message would this way of shopping send to your deep self? “I am worth looking like a million bucks. I only buy things that are amazing on me. If it’s cheap, it better be perfect. If it’s expensive, it’s gotta look fabulous.”

 

For your free copy of our fabulous e-book, An Introduction to Seasonal Color Analysis, please click here.

“COLOR, The Essence of You” by Suzanne Caygill

Suzanne Caygill published COLOR, The Essence of You in 1980. It was to be the master tome of all things Seasonal Color Analysis.

For a free download of this book, click on the cover.

Suzanne Caygill moved into Lois (Marlow) Scott’s house for almost a month. Together they worked for long hours, gathering up all pertinent information for each Season. 

Lois kept the original manuscript that she typed. It was placed carefully in a box in her Color Lab. She was very proud of it – and very proud to have worked with Suzanne Caygill in its development. 

Suzanne Caygill, Seasonal Color Analysis, Color Analysis

Lois Marlow-Scott and Suzanne Caygill

The book was originally offered in the early 1980’s at a whopping $65. Many of Suzanne’s confidantes at the time tried to dissuade her from publishing such a highly priced book, but she would have none of it. She wanted it big. She wanted it image-rich. And so it was. 

There was an initial printing, but not any subsequent ones. The books have become somewhat challenging to find and are currently selling from $200-$400. 

Through a very generous donation of both time and money from Michaelin Remy (and her husband, Dave) COLOR, The Essence of You is now available as a free download. If you would like a copy, click here.

Suzanne Caygill, Color Analysis,

Suzanne Caygill at work

 

 

Although the book is very wordy (sometimes overly so), it’s a lot of fun to read about the Seasons from the woman who brought Seasonal Color Analysis to the world. There’s a lot of information in it; sometimes clearly written and sometimes somewhat hidden. This was the way Suzanne wanted it (as told to me by Lois).

Seasonal Color Analysis has certainly evolved since the 1980’s (and devolved in some cases). But I love that everyone has access, now, to its beginning. 

Again, if you would like a free copy of COLOR, The Essence of You, click here. You will be taken to the Cornell University archives and can download it from there.

 

For a copy of our fabulous free e-Book, An Introduction to Seasonal Color Analysis, click here.

What Everybody Ought to Know about Seasonal Color Analysis

There are lots of color experts out there with lots of categoried names and numbers and identifiers of all kinds. We meet clients all the time who are struggling mightily to fit themselves into one of these categories. Certainly, categories can be clarifying…as long as they’re helpful. But beyond broad and general strokes, categories become oversimplified limiters.

Some color systems have expanded into 16 categories, some have more – the expanded number of categories only confuses the issue and makes it seem (since there are more categories) that every person is going to fit exactly into one set of Colors. There is no way that anyone can come up with any system that all people will fit into. Nature is not finite and finished. Nature does not create boxes or the people to fit into them. Nature expands as It creates. We are each part of that.

In the Caygill tradition, you belong to one Season – and…

The Four Seasonal categories are broad and general. Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. They are not meant to define or limit you in any way.

In the Caygill method, there will be one Season that is home for you. But rather than put you in a pre-defined set of Colors, Seasonal Analysis looks to you. We look for what is authentically you at your essence level. We give you the Colors that support your inherent coloration, as well as your personal energy and expression. We know that, at your essence, you are harmonious with Nature and within yourself. Our goal is to reflect that profound and living Harmony through Color.

 

 

AND you are completely unique.

True Seasonal Analysis is limitless. Think of all the moments, in all of the Seasons, in all of time. That’s how many Seasonal variations there are – and there are more moments to come.

Here, at Seasonal Color Consultants, we are interested in what lights you up, what is already authentically true for you, what replenishes you. We are interested in giving you permission, through Color and Season to explore who you uniquely are.

It really comes down to this: You are way too grand, complex, divine, profound and amazing to be put in a category or box. We know you know this — so let’s get together and see if we can knock that lid right off.

 

For a copy of our wonderful, free e-Book, An Introduction to Seasonal Color Analysis, click here.