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Feng Shui Fashion Colors

Updated on April 3, 2013

Fashion, Feng Shui and Color

The proper use of colors and color combinations are very important factors in enhancing Feng Shui energy. Each color in feng shui is associated with a certain meaning and a specific energy that affects people emotionally.

Every color vibrates with its own unique frequency and alters the type of energy present. Yang colors are warmer, such as red, orange and yellow and have a denser energy. Yin colors, like blue, black, purple and white, are cooler, lighter, and vibrate at higher frequencies.


Yin Colors

healing and relaxation.

Yin colors, according to Feng Shui, are the colors that bring about healing and relaxation.

Blue: Blue is calm and soothing. This color reflects love as it heals and relaxes. Blue creates a feeling of peace and trust. Since it is the color of the sea and sky, Feng Shui associates it with adventure and exploration.

- Navy Blue: is the color of intellect and wisdom.

Black: Black symbolizes money and income, black is great for careers, especially when combined with metal. It is the Feng Shui color of emotional protection and power.

Purple: Purple, lies at the end of the color spectrum, and has great significance. The color is excellent for physical and mental healing and Feng Shui associates it with spiritual awareness.

White: White represents poise, confidence and purity. Because of it's significant yin energy, Feng Shui uses this color mostly in combination with gold or silver to generate calm feelings.

Favorite Feng Shui Colors

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Color Yourself Fashionably Feng Shui - Yin Colors

Blue,Black, Purple and White

Living in Color

Living Color: Master Lin Yuns Guide to Feng Shui and the Art of Color
Living Color: Master Lin Yuns Guide to Feng Shui and the Art of Color

Colors are key to the Chinese art of feng shui Readers will find not only answers to the most common color questions—what color to pick for the new sofa? What color to wear on a job interview or to clinch an important deal? What colors for romance?—but also rules for a balanced and harmonious life based upon no less an authority than Tao—the way of all living things.


Yang Colors


Yang colors according to Feng Shui belong to tend to be fire and wood elements. Feng Shui believes that these are the colors that provide you the enthusiasm or the positive energy required to do something or be motivated.

Yellow: Yellow is considered to be as auspicious as red. Yellow represents sunbeams, warmth, motion, cheerfulness and friendliness.

- However, prolonged exposure to large amounts of intense yellow can cause anxiety.

Orange: Filled with yang energy, orange strengthens your concentration. You might use this color when your creative well runs dry. Orange is used to give you a sense of purpose and is the color of organization.

Red: Red is a primary color, a grounding color and relates to our physical energy. Red energy relates to passion, determination, courage and will. It gives us the physical energy to attain what we desire.

- Unbalanced: focus can be materialism, survival and fear.

- Balanced: energy and love for life is increased

Yang Fashions - Yellow, Orange and Red

The Power Of Feng Shui

Fashion Feng Shui: The Power of Dressing with Intention
Fashion Feng Shui: The Power of Dressing with Intention

The Power of Dressing with Intention introduces readers to the groundbreaking concept of FASHION FENG SHUI, a holistic personal design system that applies feng shui principles to personal appearance. This book, a comprehensive guide to making empowering and authentic clothing choices, is the culmination of the author's 25+ years of experience dressing the mind, body and spirit. FASHION FENG SHUI The Power of Dressing with Intention teaches you how to choose clothes that: fulfill your spirit, flatter your body's coloring and shape, function for your lifestyle, and fortify you to attract your desires.


Does Color Affect Your Mood?

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    • Pam Irie profile image

      Pam Irie 

      5 years ago from Land of Aloha

      Absolutely! :)

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      sarahrk lm 

      7 years ago

      Yes, and I love happy colors like red, purple, blue and green.

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      7 years ago

      Very interesting!! Colors are super important to me. I love wearing bright colors, and my mood is definitely affected by what I wear. Thanks for the fun info!!

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      8 years ago

      Nice to see person who know a lot about this stuff with love

    • monarch13 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      I love red and peach colors...

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      8 years ago

      Absolutely! Color defines me ... and consequentlly my mood. I am happiest in the bright, bright colors ... but then I like my dark colors. I go the whole rainbow ... guess you could say, it depends on my mood?

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      9 years ago

      "I say your blog is very nice. Gisele Bundchen, Kate Moss, Adriana Lima & Co owe success, wealth and fame of her beauty and her charisma. They are among the most sought-after supermodels in the world are on the catwalks of Paris, Milan and New York home and wrap their flawless bodies in the noblest of noble designer creations."

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      Lee Hansen 

      9 years ago from Vermont

      I'm definitely in the Rock 'n Roll (Yin) spectrum - black and blue, white, purple. Red is too powerful for me. Cool insights in this lens ... I've got the book and it's great.

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      Cynthia Davis 

      9 years ago from Pittsburgh

      I'm totally loving these feng shui fashions. Welcome to Fashion Guru's Group!

    • awakeningwellness profile image


      9 years ago

      Thanks for sharing color with me on a gray rainy day! (:

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      9 years ago

      Master Lin Yun's book is fantastic - I highly recommend it! Great lens 5 BIG stars!


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