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Color Analysis Winter Palette

Your Personal Winter Color Palette!

 Winter l Accessorizing
 How to Shop for Your Winter Colors
Choose rich vibrant tones. Think in terms of cool or blue-based, clear or pure colors as well as dark, bright and icy with contrast. Solids or simple patterns with a few colors are better than complex busy patterns with many colors. Fabrics should have refined finishes rather than textured surfaces. Two examples of good fabrics would be wool gabardine or polished cotton, among the possibilities.
Avoid: Orange, golden browns, camel, off-white, and any yellow based colors.

 Winter Accessories Suggestions
Start with the basics to coordinate with your basic wardrobe selections: Black, navy, true-grays, chalk white, gray beige, wine or pine green. Pumps or sling backs belong with suits or business looks and strappy shoes or sandals with dresses and some casual looks. Shoes should be the same color value as hemline or darker for dressup.

 Basic Winter Hosiery Colors
Taupe, gray tones, navy and black. Hosiery color should blend shoe with hemline.

 Winter Jewelry
Metals: Silver, chrome, white gold or sometimes a mixture of silver and gold.
Stones: Colors from your palette such as bright emeralds, rubies, diamonds, sapphires, dark amethyst, blue lapis, black onyx or malachite.

 Glass Frames for Winter
Metal: Bright silver or chrome finish.
Plastics: Smokey gray, soft gray, black or clear. Choose the color that best blends with the hair and skin tones if a classic look is desired.
 Furs for Winter
 Silver or blue fox, black or white mink, and/or beaver, raccoon, chinchilla or sable.
The suggestions for color in accessories are basics. Once you get a feel for your season you may try other colors as long as you stay in the range of your winter l palette.

 Winter Hair Color
Your natural hair color is often best. If coloring your hair is desired or preferred then choose one shade that most closely matches your natural shade. Frosting or highlighting is never recommended for the winter person.

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