Tuesday, 12 April 2011
Today I admit I have no colour or fashion sense what so ever in the slightest. I think once I get a bit more money I'll build my wardrobe around the colours in my previous chart. So this evening it's all about the window shopping! Or rather click and 'Check' shopping online. I very rarely buy things on e-bay or anything similar because I fear that the sizing is wrong or it won't fit, so I tend to look online at the usual high street stores and then just hope that they have it in stock at the shop I'm web browsing. The usual culprits are: New Look, Dorothy Perkins, M & S, Top Shop, Debenhams and Next; occasionally Peacocks.
I have this walk-on-wardrobe that consists of all my clothes being on the floor. I do usually tidy them away but most of the time they just sit there waiting to be picked up. I want a fancy wardrobe something that makes my room look better; instead I have a wardrobe that was made by my dad and is nearly as old as I am. It's pretty much a few pieces of good hard wood (not sure if it's MDF because it's too strong) nailed together.
Anyway, back to e-shopping. I'm going to focus on the 3rd and 4th column from the left. :) Creams, greens, oranges and browns; neutrals I am sure they're called.
So after surfing the interwebs after what seems like forever I found the following:
It was really easy to find the brighter more vibrant colours but it actually took me a long time to find a cream that I really liked. I was thinking when I get some spare buttons (pennies) I might go and buy a few "T"'s that resemble most of the colours on my chart, that way I'll always be in season with myself. I found it incredibly hard to look for a mint green t-shirt but I do have a beautiful mint green skirt. I know; you're thinking 'what?' but seriously... and it actually looks pretty good on me. I blame my skin. :)
If you're not sure of which colour you are just simply google it or bookshop it and you'll find something somewhere that helps define what Season you are.