There is a change of weather on the horizon and that requires exchanging your spring/summer wardrobe for your fall/winter wardrobe.

Cooler temperatures can be invigorating. Wearing warmer clothing can be stimulating, as more imagination is required to fashion the new attire, due to the amount of clothing needed for the change in the climate. Learning how to incorporate fall fashion colors can be effortless or challenging, depending on whether or not you are following fashion trends or fashion advice that does not suit you.

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Curating the perfect wardrobe, fall or anytime, requires choosing the colors that will add a glow and flawless aspect to your complexion and draw others toward you.

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Exploring The Nuances Of Fall Colors

Color plays a significant role in our lives, therefore, why is color not considered more often?

You might notice that some colors, considered to be fall colors appear complementary on one person, but, drain the life out of another person. Why does this occur? DNA is the answer. If you do not wear or utilize colors that enhance your appearance, you will appear lifeless or invisible. Accordingly, whether you are creating ensembles for fall, spring, summer or winter, it is critical to wear and surround yourself with your optimal colors, based on your innate DNA color gene.

Wearing Fall Colors

Many stylists or bloggers point to reds, oranges, yellows or browns, as fall clothing colors, however, the same colors are not appropriate for all individuals.  Millions of variations of reds, oranges, yellows and browns exist in the world.

Additionally, people often confuse the temperatures of colors. Makeup artists, stylists, designers and most others, categorize blues, greens and purples, as cool colors and reds, yellows and oranges, as warm colors and nothing could be further from the truth.

Instead of following color trends or fads, it is best to identify the colors that look the best on you. Color is an internal, rather than an external matter. The C Color Ideology is based on a color gene within your DNA.

Your genetic color DNA is the outward expression of the inward person that you were meant to be during your lifetime.

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

The C Color Quiz determines your natural desire for color, thus, you can confidently transition to your true self with your C Color Spectrum.

To discover your innate preferences, take the C Color Quiz and download the C Color App. The C Color Quiz will determine your C Color Spectrum and the C Color App will assist you in choosing the optimal fall wardrobe colors.

The C Color App is a color analysis and matching tool that aids you in identifying the colors that you are inherently drawn toward. With C Color, you will have a color consultant that is at your fingertips, on your mobile device.

Learn About The C Color Methodology

C Color has classified the myriad of colors in the world into four C Color Spectrums.

Colors are categorized by the base of the predominant color of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red.

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8 Fall Fashion Colors To Incorporate Into Your Wardrobe 

Once you discover your C Color Spectrum, identifying your most favorable fall fashion hues will be effortless.

Below are eight fall fashion colors to consider, as you create a wardrobe in your C Color Spectrum.

Note: These colors are suggestions based on prominent or recurring trends. All individuals in all C Color Spectrums can wear virtually all colors, as long as the base of the color is within their C Color Spectrum.

1. Greens

When you think of the color green, which color of green comes to mind? Per the C Color ideology, all individuals wear the color green, as there are millions of green colors. Partner greens with pinks, purples, blues and grays for an interesting twist to your fall wardrobe.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear green colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

All individuals wear the color green, as there are millions of the color green. Every color within a C Color Spectrum share a base color. The base color is a predominant primary color, that is either blue, yellow or red.

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2. Pinks

Pinks can also be favorable color choices for the season. To add color variation to your fall wardrobe, couple the colors of pink with reds, yellows, oranges, browns and grays. Refer to your C Color Spectrum to ascertain the base of the pink colors that flatter you, depending on whether you are a C Color Spectrum 1, C Color Spectrum 2 or C Color Spectrum 3.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear pink and tan colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

The key to ascertaining the category of a color is to identify the predominate base of the color, that is one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red.

There are millions of the color pink, as well, however, C Color Spectrum 4 individuals find the color pink unappealing and consequently, tan is displayed.

3. Reds 

Reds are deemed fall colors and coordinate favorably with most colors. Think of pairing reds with yellows, oranges, pinks, purples, blues, browns and grays. Reds also coordinate with greens, although, during the holiday season, ensure that the green colors are of a lighter variety. The examples below offers one version of red in each C Color Spectrum.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear red colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

All individuals wear the color red, as there are millions of the color red. The base of the predominant color of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red, is the only factor in ascertaining whether or not a color is within your C Color Spectrum.

4. Purples

Purples are colors that can take the place of the colors of black and the various colors of purple harmonize with many colors. Purples mesh with reds, oranges, yellows, browns, greens, blues, pinks, grays and blacks.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear purple colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

All individuals wear the color purple, as there are millions of the color purple. The predominant base of the color, that is either blue, yellow or red, is the determinant for categorizing colors within the four C Color Spectrums.

5. Yellows

Many individuals view yellow as a summer color, however, yellow is an ideal addition to your wardrobe, fall winter, spring or summer. Arrange yellow ensembles with reds, oranges, browns, purples and grays and be sure to experiment with matching and mixing patterns. The secret to coordinating patterns is not necessarily to match the colors and patterns, but, to ensure that the patterns blend.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear yellow colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

All individuals wear the color yellow, as there are millions of the color yellow. The central component of the C Color Ideology is the predominant base of a blue, yellow or red primary color.

To determine which yellow hues are complimentary for you, take the C Color Quiz and download the C Color App. The C Color App assists you with identifying the perfect colors for your wardrobe, home and beyond.

6. Oranges

Oranges, as reds are one of the colors that define the fall season. Corals and peaches are essentially the colors of orange, as well. Oranges correspond with reds, yellows, pinks, purples, browns and grays and can create a pleasingly varied and balanced fall colored wardrobe if your C Color Spectrum is either C Color Spectrum 3 or C Color Spectrum 4.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear orange and pink colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

The predominant base of the color, that is either blue, yellow or red determines the C Color Spectrum category.

There are millions of the color orange, however, C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 2 find the color orange unappealing and as such, pinks are displayed.

7. Browns

Browns are one of the mainstream color choices for fall and can add that needed staple or base to ensembles, along with being simply gorgeous for tonal dressing, if you are a C Color Spectrum 3 or a C Color Spectrum 4. Browns also combine exquisitely with reds, oranges and yellows, as well, as light blues and light pinks.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear brown and black colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

There are millions of the color brown, as well, however, C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 2 find the color brown unappealing, therefore, black is displayed.

Blacks coordinate with whites, blues, purples, greens and browns, as these colors are not overwhelmed by the colors of black.

There are millions of the color black and C Color Spectrum 1 and C Color Spectrum 2 wear the colors of  black. C Color Spectrum 1 wears a Cool Blue Ash Based Black and C Color Spectrum 2 wears a Cool Blue Based Black.

C Color Spectrum 3 and C Color Spectrum 4 wear the color of gunmetal. C Color Spectrum 3 wears a Warm Yellow Based Gunmetal and C Color Spectrum 4 wears a Warm Red Earth Based Gunmetal.

C Color Spectrums consist of colors that have a predominant base of one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red. Each individual is either a C Color Spectrum 1, C Color Spectrum 2, C Color Spectrum 3 or C Color Spectrum 4.

8. Grays

Grays are another wonderful staple color for a fall wardrobe, as the color can be matched with reds, oranges, yellows, greens, browns, blues, pinks, purples and more. Wearing oranges and yellows with black can elicit thoughts of Halloween and bumble bees and intense reds combined with blacks, can create two strong colors that may conflict. All of the above mentioned colors united with grays display rich and elegant.

Above are some examples of how each of the four C Color Spectrums can wear gray colors.

Notice the differences in the four C Color Spectrums;

All individuals wear the color gray, as there are millions of the color gray. Essentially, the base of the predominant color, that is one of the primary colors of blue, yellow and red, is the pivotal principal of the C Color Ideology and Methodology.

Discover Your Best Fall Color Combinations With C Color

If certain Fall colors do not resonate with you, you are likely wearing or utilizing colors with the wrong dominant base or the color is simply not in your C Color Spectrum. Colors that do not appeal to you or enhance your appearance are not within your C Color Spectrum.

By discovering your C Color Spectrum and utilizing the C Color App you can identify your fall colors, as well, as your winter, spring and summer hues. Each C Color Spectrum wears colors in every season.

Once you apply the C Color Methodology to your wardrobe, all of your clothing, jewelry, scarves, belts, handbags, shoes and everything else will synchronize harmoniously with one another, thus, no time is wasted deciding if your ensembles integrate or appear flattering on you. In addition, you will no longer have to limit your clothing color choices or rely on misleading or confusing color advice.

You can also apply C Color to every other area of your life; home, office, automobile; interiors/exteriors and much more, as the C Color ideology assists you in discovering your inherent preferences, based on your DNA. Since there are over 16.7 million colors in the world, why limit color transformation to clothing?

Use the C Color App to identify if cosmetics, hair colors, décor items, furniture colors, paint colors are within your C Color Spectrum. Simply take a photograph at a distance of the item that you are considering, 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.

The C Color App, as the 21st Century Palette and Color Consultant is accurate, meets your color needs, answers your color questions, assists you in color decision making and saves you thousands of dollars by eliminating misguided color choices. 

The C Color App can enable you to Look, Think, Feel, Act, Learn and Heal your best.

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