Purple, one of the top five colours of Autumn Winter 2019 can be seen  on display in boutiques around the globe and on line in abundance from the palest lavender to the deepest purple.

The standout hue on the runways almost 6 months ago was undoubtedly purple, practically every designer had a touch of purple in their collection and this in turn has made its way from production to the retailers.

Have you ever wondered what the colour purple can convey? Of course it varies throughout Countries, religions and cultures.

The lighter shades tend to evoke feelings of romance and nostalgia. The darker shades of purple in the western world are often viewed as  colours of royalty and wisdom. It can also denote sensitivity and be viewed as visionary and inspirational.

In Thailand purple is the colour of mourning. People react in different ways to different shades, this may be impacted by their own emotional state and past experiences of the colour.

The important thing to remember is that there are so many shades, you will likely find a shade that compliments you,  regardless of your colour tones. However please remember if you get it wrong it can really wash you out.

If you are unsure why not book a colour consultation? I would be delighted to help you choose your wow colours.