Did you know clothes can say something about you?
Yes, it can. 💕
Fer shurr! Love that tee (that's a good colour on you too, Ally!).
Absolutely perfect, Ally, and I agree with Sheila that this is a great colour on you! xxx
Thank you, pal.
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Love this on you!Suzanne
That would be a giant YES from me.Fantastic shirt, my friend. The radiant smile you are beaming here says so much regarding the importance of always being able to (ideally, of course, safely) identify however one feels they rightly should. Plus, I must second Sheila. This rich shade of maroon-y red is stellar on you! Back in the 1980s/early 90s, when seasonal colour based wardrobes were all the range, were you ever "draped" as they called getting your colours done? Ever since I read my mom's copies of the Color Me Beautiful books as a child (so often, in fact, that some of the pages started to fall out) as a child, I have been fascinated by this approach to dressing and, in theory, wearing the shades that work best for a person's colouring.It can be quite hard to successfully assess someone's season through photos alone, but I would venture to guess that you may be a spring or summer (on that seasonal colour spectrum). If your skin has more yellow undertones, Ally, I'd veer towards spring. If it has more blue/pink undertones, than summer. I can chat until the cows come home about this topic if you're ever keen to discuss it further. Naturally, though, at the end of the day, no matter what a person's best season (or seasons) is/are, I fully maintain that we can - and should - wear whatever colours, styles, etc our heart desires.Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
Thank you, Autumn! You're always so sweet. I wanted to have "my colors done" back when it was popular but social inhibition against acting/looking feminine impeded me at the time. I regret that since I don't know, even today, what colors complement my skin-tone, etc. I feel like a Spring person but that doesn't mean anything. Some day you'll have to let me visit so you can assess my best colors and correct my sartorial path. :)