Different colors stimulate different sensations in our brain, and also, the way we respond to some colors says a lot about ourselves.
The color black is considered to be one of power. When it comes to clothing, wearing black often signals a great desire to be in power or claim back one’s power.
Whether that’s by creating a safe distance, trying to shield your heart and emotions, or requiring people to respect you – wearing black clothes can often send a subconscious message to others and to yourself.
Individuals who prefer wearing black clothes are often perceived by others as successful, taking care of themselves and their looks, and perhaps slightly neurotic.
They are highly emotional, but they don’t wear their emotions on their sleeve. In that way, they are trying to protect themselves and their feelings because emotional stability is very important to them.
Moreover, people who wear all black are quickly overwhelmed and that’s why they may be struggling with anxiety and lack of focus. So, by choosing to wear only black clothes – it creates a sense of “having it together” inside them.
But, what’s interesting is that those who wear black clothes, especially women, wear black because they want to be more than they are. They want other people to perceive them for the classy and “collected” individuals they are. Plus, they don’t want to bring much attention to themselves by wearing colorful colors.
Experts in color psychology say that the color black indicates power and prestige. And people who wear black tend to take themselves very seriously. They are very ambitious, and they want others to respect them.
They are extremely driven, but also sensitive.
The color black is the color people wear when they want to impress someone. People who wear black are often seen as reliable and trustworthy individuals. They are the kind of people to whom you would undoubtedly hand over all your savings and even thank them for offering you the chance.
The color black is also perceived as the most attractive color. It speaks of self-sufficiency, self-assurance, and extreme confidence.
Who else wears black and only black? 😊
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