Color me happy

Wendy C 77Starred Page By Wendy C 77, 10th Jun 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Can colors change our mood? They are certainly used a lot to describe our mood, feeling blue, in the pink, green with envy. Perhaps we can use colors to help in our lives, to lift our moods, will our choice of underwear color reflect our moods? Can we keep happiness in our pants?

Using colors, on display to attract attention or underneath to give our ego a boost?

When going out for the evening, many people will accessorize to brighten up an out fit, Scarves, jewelry, bright ties with a plain suit, many of us do it without thinking .
What about making an impression? first date, job interview or even a show casting, Animals use colors to their advantage, whether they want to blend in.
Or stand out from the crowd to attract a mate, some one to pollinate or just to stand out because they want to.
Can colors change our mood? They are certainly used a lot to describe our mood, feeling blue, in the pink, green with envy. Perhaps we can use colors to help in our lives, to lift our moods, will our choice of underwear color reflect our moods? Can we keep happiness in our pants?
Something to try..Ladies, invest in a really nice set of underwear, Bra and Knickers in a vibrant color, even worn under a dull uniform can make you feel radiant. add a pair of shoes with a small heel and you will be glowing.
Guy's don't stick to white or pastel color for your boxers or y-fronts go for something brighter, I have a friend in his forty's that always wears his 'Spiderman' boxer's, they seem to give him confidence when he does public speaking.
Give a bright purple with green stripes a go, you never know they may become your lucky pants !
When I was very young, I had knickers to wear with the weekdays printed on them, Ladies and girls (Men's and boys to) under wear today, most of them are bright and colorful, there is a huge range, with every color of the rainbow and more you didn't even know existed.

Blending in

Sometimes we don't want to be the center of attention, a lot of people will shy away from attracting any kind of attention as it makes them feel awkward and self conscious, this is more conman than most people realize and now with social media an accepted part of life,personal social skills and face to face networking is becoming rarer and for some people, very difficult.
You don't have to go out dressed like a peacock to give your ego a boost, as discussed above, underwear can be colorful and gives your ego a boost or carry a bright handkerchief or tissue with you.

Color association

From personal experience I have found this key to be of use..
All neutral and pastel colors, beige, grey, cream etc, are all calming colors, i use these to reduce excitement and produce calmness
Orange is a happy color
Red to invoke power, lust, it is an energetic color
Green for luck and vibrancy
Yellow, especially sunshine yellow for positive energy
Blue for healing
Violet and Purple for understanding and socialism
Black and white, some say are not colors, I call them colors..
White will reflect sunlight and keep you cooler
Black will soak in the sunshine and so make you hotter.

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Attitude, Bra And Knickers, Color, Energy, Happiness, Luck, Pants, Power, Underwear

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author avatar Wendy C 77
Middle aged mum of four boys, All grown in to fine young men now, I have had a varied work path with some character building jobs. I consider myself a bit of a witch.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
11th Jun 2013 (#)

yes colours can change our moods but I find that saying happy happy happy over and over can really make changes inside and out...thank you Wendy

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
11th Jun 2013 (#)

Never a dull moment when we change colors literally! I am old fashioned though in some ways. Interesting take, Wendy, thanks - siva

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