Do the colours you wear, ever affect the way you feel?
Example: your mood
Ware all black and then ware all red and see if your mood doesn't shift radically.
In my case, no. I love wearing dark colors like black and blue shirts but I don't see any noticeable effects on my moods.
If you wear new colours.You would have feeling,wheather is it good or not.In other case,i think you would not feel any thing more.
No, generally the colors I wear reflect the way I feel, they're not what influences those feelings.
My actual name denotes "Blue", like the beautiful sky,the deep blue sea and the lovely feelings,I have every shades of blue that I can lay my hands on. I feel so much confident.
No. I may unconsciously choose a color based on the way I feel, but once I put it on there appears no relationship.
Colors affect our moods, blue is soothing while red is exciting.
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