Step away from the navy jumper!!
Founder, Sam Mace is a huge fan of yellow, believing it is seretonin for the soul. “By simply putting on my yellow Tilly Jumper from Boden, it immediately induces an inward smile from the tips of my toes to the top of my head.”
Get your fellow Barre buddies grinning with Fabletics fuschia pink leggings. Or test out the power of positive thinking with one of our happy go lucky slogan sweatshirts, our favourite “I don’t sweat I sparkle“. Don’t worry about focusing on the positive up in the head/ thought department get your positive pants on in the wardrobe department!
The fashion industry this season is really adopting the dopamine dressing approach. The catwalks have been alive with a rainbow of colours. Armani went down the Fanta orange route whilst Maison Margiela adopted the scarlet approach. Giambattista Valli promoted Beauty and the Beast yellow and candy floss pink.
Hair colours and make-up are flowing suit, with fizzy tangerines and lemons for the eye and blorange in hair colour is becoming all the rage. Believe it or not, it isn’t stopping there as accessories are fashionable in a array of skittle colours.
Colour isn’t the only influence that can alter one’s mood regarding your wardrobe. A positive, fun statement or word, or a smiley image can’t be seen by the person wearing it, however it could cheer you up by the image or word(s) being projected to others who then project it back. The other obvious way for this to work is to view what you are wearing in a mirror.
If you are interested in reading more regarding this subject why not start with a recent article by the Guardian.