Today I want to talk about the color and fashion. Every girl knows I you know how to use color, you can be the most stylish people in fashion world. Famous fashion blogger Marie Myrhoj Jensen is the color queen. She is always wearing in colorful. In fashion’s world, color is the difficult thing when you are wearing and matching your clothes, but about her, black and white is never being her zanzea style!
She is good at match different fresh colors for giving people eyes hitting. Her sense of her looking makes thing turns funny and interested. I just show you some pics!
A colorful world is a world of meaning because people have always used color as symbols. Here are some of the ways fashions and color has connected.
The Aztecs of Mexico taught the Spanish how to make red dye by crushing insects called cochineals. Deep red looks bold, while pale red—pink—looks gentle. In the U.S., pink is now associated with girls, though before the 1920s it was considered a boy’s color.
Cheerful sunny yellow gets noticed. In ancient Rome, yellow was the most popular wedding color. Yellow is sometimes worn for safety reasons: raincoats today may be bright yellow so that the wearer can be seen easily in the rain.
Blue is the most common color—especially since blue jeans are everywhere! Blue has a calming effect. Fashion consultants recommend wearing blue to job interviews because it symbolizes loyalty. For this same reason, U.S. police officers traditionally wear blue.
Brilliant tropical orange may be the most attention-getting color. Like yellow, it can be used for safety—evening joggers and hunters in the woods may wear orange tops. Orange can be mixed with pink to make peach, a lively color that is popular in warm weather.
Green is the easiest color on the eye. Hospital uniforms may be green because the color relaxes patients. Green is also associated with nature; leprechauns are said to dress in green, and brides in Europe in the Middle Ages wore green to symbolize fertility.
Purple has always been considered the color of royalty, because for so long it was very hard to get. Cleopatra needed 20,000 snails soaked for ten days to obtain one ounce of purple dye for her royal clothing.