Monday, October 15, 2012

Another Look at Warm or True Autumn

Warm Autumn or True Autumn Seasonal Color Analysis...

In Color Alliance, most 12-season warm autumns will land in true autumn and that means having warmth in your coloring, warmth in your color palette and medium contrast.

Are You a Warm Autumn?

You might be a warm autumn if your coloring is warm...

(1) Your natural hair color is reddish brown or has reddish undertones. Or if you are a woman of color, your hair might be dark brown, charcoal brown or brown-black.

(2) You have golden or terracotta undertones in your skin.

(3) You have a warm eye color like amber, topaz or golden brown.

A True Rich Autumn Color Palette...

Warm Autumn Celebrity Example...

 (Stacey Dash)

Warm Autumn Colors for a Fall Capsule Wardrobe

Warm Autumn Jackets & Cardis

I am linking up today to Jill from Glamamom for this week's Monday Mingle and to Not Dead, Yet Style for Visible Monday. On Wednesday, I will link up with Lindsey at The Pleated Poppy for What I Wore Wednesday, and to Melaina at Transatlantic Blonde for What I Wore Wednesday.

"A unique system of color analysis, firmly grounded in scientific measurements
and circumscribed by the timeless principles of art. It produces a color palette unique to you, specifically designed to complement your own skin, hair and eye color." –Color Alliance
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"When we find the set that enhances you above all the others, what we have really uncovered are the exact pigments already in your skin, in your body. When you then wear the colors you already are, you look like magic because your person and your attire is sending the same wavelength of energy to the viewer." ~~Christine Scaman, 12 Blueprints


  1. Very informative. I love the colors as well.
    Visiting from Monday MIngle.

    1. Hi Daphne! Thanks!! Nice to see you here.

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    1. I like that one, too, although I would never wear a bow on top of my buddha belly. :)

  3. I can do olives but orange when I'm pale is tough.

    1. That's interesting, Jill! Makes me curious about your season. :)


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