What’s Your Power Color?

Posted on July 12, 2017

Do you know your Power Color? This is the color you turn to when you want to feel your most confident and, of course, powerful. Your Power Color should be a strong color, such as red, cobalt blue, purple, kelly green, a deep burgundy, or magenta. Just to be clear, black is NOT a Power Color. It is the absence of color. While black can make a chic statement, you must wear color when you want to own the room.

A bright color enables people to listen to you more and remember you and what you are telling them. You might have different Power Colors for different seasons too. For instance, purple and deep burgundy are more winter colors, while a kelly green or magenta might be more appropriate in the summer.

So how do you figure out your Power Color? Look through your closet and grab every bright color you see. Which of these colors garners the most compliments when you wear it? Which one do you feel yourself reaching for when you know you want to be noticed or feel the most confident? If you don’t know the answer to these questions, wear a different potential Power Color every day over a week and keep track of how many compliments you get each day. As an added benefit, you will be feeling very good about yourself by the end of the week!

Don’t have the right Power Color in your closet? Shop some of our favorites below! (Hint: Each slider has multiple images, so don’t forget to click next!)

Happy Shopping,

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Red Hot

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Blazing Blue

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Mad for Magenta

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Lani Inlander is a personal stylist who has been working with clients who want to feel their best and look put-together every day for over 15 years. You can find her in the Washington, D.C. and New York metropolitan areas. Are you looking for professional training to be a personal stylist? Click here to learn how you can train with Lani at The Stylist Studio

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