Top 5 Colours that Make You Look and Feel Powerful When You Wear Them

If you didn’t already know it, colour is just as important in an outfit as is the fit. You might not realize it but every colour you see evokes an emotion. The same applies to when you wear certain colours and how those colours make people around you perceive you. Some colours can make you feel inferior while some have the ability to make you feel like royalty. So if you want to appear powerful either at your workplace or wherever you go, here is a list of the best colours to help you achieve that:

Black

This power colour can convey feelings of mystery and seriousness. It is also considered elegant and has a slimming effect. (And who doesn’t love that?) If you want to be treated seriously, the typical black suit with a slight splash of colour will make you look and feel like you can achieve anything you set your mind out to do.

Purple

This colour stands for sophistication, wealth, and luxury — which all translate to power. Wearing the colour purple will have you feeling like royalty. Not everyone loves or can pull off this shade, so wearing a purple or violet outfit also says that you are confident about your taste and yourself.

Red

This colour has been known to scream danger but it importantly screams “Look at me”. In short, it helps you demand the attention of any room you walk into and leave people wondering who you are. Wearing any red outfit indicates that you are someone who is energetic, strong-willed, passionate, a touch aggressive, and outspoken, it gives you the spotlight and imparts confidence as well as sensuality to all you meet.

Blue

This colour represents confidence and success. It is also a soothing colour that will have people paying attention to you and also making them feel comfortable around you. Navy blue is the go-to colour for a job interview. It portrays a sense of being ‘in control’ and is considered to be one of the best colours to wear to corporate and training events.

Brown

The colour of stability, brown is also seen as masculine. If you’re a woman in a predominantly male workplace, wearing a chocolate brown suit can give you credibility.

Read more at: https://www.scienceofpeople.com/color-psychology/

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