A Yellow Day is taking a day, both the challenges and the triumphs, and using them to become a better person
Using subtractive colour mixing; Yellow is the colour green mixed with red –
Yellow like ripe lemons or egg yolks
Yellow is associated with fire, which in turn, has always been associated with the purification process. Spiritually it signifies the Healing Power of the universe.
It is the most sublime colour representing universal spiritually .
Warmth: Yellow is a bright colour that is often described as cheery and warm.
Yellow can also create feelings of frustration & anger. Although it is considered a cheerful colour, people are more likely to lose their tempers in yellow rooms & babies tend to cry in yellow bedrooms!!
In Psychology it means happiness & optimism; it is the colour of the sun shining, or the bright light of creativity. It is believed to have an influence on the left side of our brain, where deep thinking and perception dwells.
After emerging for three years as a fashion colour, yellow is set to hit mass appeal in 2020 with this deeper, more grounded hue, which taps into the ongoing popularity of baked, earthy tones.
Feel like wearing Yellow?
It’s come of age, its taken years of sitting patiently to bloom into the fashionista’s wardrobe as an essential stand out statement colour.
Suited to certain skin tones it is peeking through as the the biggest ‘Stay @ Home’ colour trend for Spring ’20.
Marigold latterly re-named as Aspen Gold is the yellow for the season. In all honesty there are various different shades represented, from paler or darker to more lime-y yellows.
Usually, to declare a fashion ‘trend’ 3 designers need to hop on the landscape. This season everyone is on the same page about a certain thing— the colour yellow.
Decide on your version of yellow to keep your spirits high, be spring-ready & start incorporating into your wardrobe now—before everyone else catches on.
Similar to Spring & Summer, yellow will continue to be an on-trend shade throughout the rest of the year.
Rather than sunshine shades the Autumn will change to hot mustard, butterscotch & deep yellow hues as a nod to the season’s changing leaves and festive feel.
Although an unexpectedly bold hue for the colder seasons, there are plenty of ways to make the trend work for you, whether you want to add just a subtle pop or fancy trying the colour top-to-toe.