Wearing Black Clothes Makes You Look..
This fashion article talks about the psychology of colors, particularly on BLACK and what it reveals about your personality and your aura when wearing clothes with this shade.
Life is colorful, so fill your world with different shades as you live your day to day life. Wear different colors of clothes as you hop on to one occasion to the other. Why? Simply because colors bring life and that life defines who you are. This is the aura that shapes your personality. But, how about life with no color? Or color without life? Simple. The answer is black!
Just imagine yourself sitting in an all-black room, how would you feel? It seems like Lucifer is going to jump beside you any minute. Aside from having an eerie feeling, looking at everything black looks so lifeless, depressing and lonely.
But flipping the coin into the topic of fashion, there’s a different story on the shade of black. Artists consider black as the absence of color. Indeed, black is not a color, but a neutral medium.
Many fashion gurus said black is the most popular shade in fashion, because they project versatility. There’s never any accessory or clothing that doesn’t look good with it. This shade is simply flattering and very refined. Thus, this is considered as one of the very indispensable clothing pieces every man should have in their closet. Black is timeless. They never go out of style.
A person wearing black clothing evokes authority and powerful masculinity. This will make you look domineering. If you wear it properly, it projects neatness and a look of both flexibility and simplicity with a touch of sophistication that if you let a lady describe a man on black attire, she’d give that sexy fluttering eyelashes and flirtatiously say, “Simply hot and sexy!”
Wearing this shirt color trims down flaws and imperfections like creates a slimming effect on your double layered-tummy. It also instantaneously adds a touch of elegance to any given wardrobe. Thus, it will boost off your style factor. This is the conventional shade for bad guys.
Black shirts would look good paired with any pant colors, except dark brown. However, just a piece of advice, never wear black dress shirts everyday or people would think you purchase them to get a big chunk of savings on your laundry soap every month (or worst, year).