Coordinating colors can be a challenging project for most, as there does not seem to be a formula for success.

Additionally, asking friends and family for advice can result in a number of differing opinions that add to the confusion.

Couple that with the fact that fashion experts today advocate that all colors and styles are wearable and we are all at a loss as to how to best color coordinate our wardrobes.

The objective is to be confident and independent of others in clothing decisions, thus, an effortless and quickly implemented plan is required.

C Color offers you that much needed roadmap and does so in an uncomplicated and straightforward manner.

Below are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear patterned colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

  • C Color Spectrum 1 Gray Pattern is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 White, Black Pattern is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Orange, Ivory Pattern is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Tan, Green, Orange Pattern is Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Earth

Utilizing C Color To Assist With Coordinating Colors

The C Color ideology is based on a color gene within your DNA. Essentially, you are born with innate preferences toward colors.

C Color has classified the myriad of colors in the world into four C Color Spectrums. These colors are categorized by the predominate base of the color, that is one of the primary colors of blue, yellow or red.

When you choose and wear the colors from your C Color Spectrum, you are following an inherent trait, therefore, your complexion appears flawless and glows and your overall appearance is enhanced.

Once all of the colors in your closet are within your C Color Spectrum, creating ensembles will be effortless, as you will have achieved color harmony. In other words, clothes coordinate and blend with ease, resulting in the benefit of convenience.

The challenge then becomes which of the numerous color coordinated options is your favorite at the time.

The C Color Quiz Determines Your C Color Spectrum

The C Color Quiz is the key to determining your C Color Spectrum and this color tool has been devised over years of research and observation. Through this simple and effective test, your results will yield an outcome of either C Color Spectrum 1, 2, 3 or 4.

During the C Color Quiz, you are guided through a series of 9 panels, each displaying four quadrants of colors. The goal is to select the color quadrant that immediately catches your eye. In doing so, you are following your innate color preferences. Thinking about your color choices will skew your results.

C Color is the first and only company to quantify intuitive color preferences. Quantifying intuitive color preferences is the specialty of C Color and Ideology and C Color Methodology will assist you in living life in your optimal color environment.

Utilizing C Color To Maximize Your Wardrobe

The online C Color experience teaches you to utilize color effectively to express yourself and shows you how to apply the C Color App to your daily life.

The C Color App, as the expert Eye accurately matches the colors in your wardrobe with your innate C Color Spectrum.

Utilize the C Color App to ensure that your wardrobe is maximized. Simply take a photograph at a distance of an article of clothing in your closet, adjust the Lighting and Filters features of the photograph, to match the color of the item that your eye sees, choose a zoomed in section of the pure color, even if blurred, to match and the C Color App will reveal whether or not the color is within your C Color Spectrum.

If the clothing articles in your wardrobe are not within your C Color Spectrum, cluster those items together on one side of your closet.

As you shop for additional articles, the Color App will ensure that the new items are within your C Color Spectrum. That is how you begin to create a wardrobe that blends and coordinates smoothly and simply.

If you own mounds of garments that are not within your C Color Spectrum and your current budget is restricted, pair the optimal colored items with the less than optimal colored items. Always ensure that the optimal colored items are worn nearest to the face and from the waist upward.

The purchase of scarves and other accessories in your C Color Spectrum can also enhance the less than ideal colors, if worn on the head, ears and around the neck or décolletage area.

Below are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear women’s accessory colors. 

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

  • C Color Spectrum 1 White, Black Hat is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Black Ring is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Blue, Yellow, Green, Cream Scarf is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Rust Sunglasses are Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Earth

Even, if only a few garments in your closet are within your C Color Spectrum, you are well on your way to creating the perfect wardrobe for yourself.

Plus, we can guarantee that a plethora of compliments will ensue when wearing these favorably colored items, even if the number of items is meager.

Below are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear men’s accessory colors. 

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  • C Color Spectrum 1 Gray Bag is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Black Watch is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Brown Shoes are Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Green Hat is Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Earth

Below are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear patterned colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

  • C Color Spectrum 1 Gray, White Pattern is Cool/Blue Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Ash
  • C Color Spectrum 2 Black, Red, Green White is Cool/Blue Based, More Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 3 Gray, Ivory Pattern is Warm/Yellow Based, Moderately Saturated
  • C Color Spectrum 4 Brown, Green Pattern is Warm/Red Based, Less Saturated, Appears Rubbed with Earth

Order, Harmonize And Expand Your Wardrobe With C Color

Few of us can afford a personal color consultant, nor do we have the time to meet with a consultant. If we do have the money and time, more energy and effort are required beforehand to organize the closet to prevent embarrassment.

You can eliminate those constraints by using the C Color App.

The C Color App, as the 21st Century Palette and handheld color specialist, gives you the confidence to color coordinate and maximize your wardrobe at any time.

You can have your color needs met, color questions answered, gain assistance in color decision making and save thousands of dollars by eliminating misguided color choices.

The benefits of identifying and wearing the colors within your C Color Spectrum extend beyond creating the optimal, color coordinated wardrobe and enhancing your appearance. These colors can also enable you to think more clearly, can produce feelings of well-being, can motivate you to act your best, can assist you in absorbing new concepts more readily and distinctly and can aid you in healing.

Download the C Color App!