The 12 Seasons of Christmas: LIGHT SUMMER

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Low Contrast For the Light Seasons, it’s important that your colour combinations match your level of contrast – high contrast in value (lightness & darkness) should be avoided – a low to medium contrast level relates best to your delicate colouring and will not overpower you. Light pink, warm white and Read More

The 12 Seasons of Christmas: LIGHT SPRING

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Light and Clear Light Spring’s overall colouring is light. Transparency and clarity of colour are the key elements of this season’s palette. For the Light Spring, any major shifts in darkness level are amplified and seen as harsh or aggressive. This season’s worst colours are deep muted colors such as, black, Read More

The 12 Seasons of Christmas: TRUE SPRING

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Warm and Colourful True Spring’s palette is warm and clear… not muted. A True Spring should always inject colour – pure pigments with just enough darkness. All-one-colour looks are too quiet for you. You are comprised of a lot of colour, and you will look better balanced when dressed that way. Read More

The 12 Seasons of Christmas: BRIGHT SPRING

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Bright and Colourful The Bright Spring palette is comprised of the brightest hues of the 3 Spring seasons. The focus of Bright Spring is on colour. Wearing only neutrals (gray, beige, taupe) would be too monotonous on you. Neutrals are best worn with your high-contrast colours. In your Christmas décor, have free Read More

The 12 Seasons of Christmas: BRIGHT WINTER

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… High Contrast Bright Winter is a Neutral Season – Winter with a Spring influence that both warms and lightens. Bright Winter best creates its level of contrast through color combinations of dramatically different hues. While True Winter wears black & white exceptionally well, in the case of Bright Winter, black & Read More

The 12 Seasons of Christmas: TRUE WINTER

Expressing Your Season At Christmas… Sharp Contrast True Winter is all about saturation and contrast. The True Winter palette is noted for its extremes of value – pure black and stark white, and colours in the range of cool deep shades and icy tints. A True Winter will always look best in sparkle and shine. In decorating for Christmas, Read More