COLOR ME YOUR COLOR BABY!
More En Femme Fun and Frivolity
Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions. – Pablo Picasso
Color Therapy is a wonderful way to connect to the emotive energy you wish to attract and emanate into your world. When dressing up, think of this as a simple daily ritual to meditate on all the elements you want to capture and exude.
They communicate a myriad of signals. Street lights of Red, Green, and Yellow, The colors of a state flag, Pink ribbons of awareness and support. This is all just the tip of the color wheel. In the nature world, colors can be indicative of danger like warning labels, used as ways to attract a mate, utilized for camouflaging, or spotlighting and even at times can change with chameleon-like grace.
The use of colors has a way of creating a trademark signature into the collective consciousness while still holding different personal meanings, memories, and effects as well.
Color blending for maximum impact on mood is highly personalized and more of an art than a science, although some seem to evoke universally synonymous affects and leave an imprint of calming or energizing influences as well as everything in between.
It can be fun to contemplate the role color meditation can have on our general sense of well-being. Like Dorthy emerging into the Technicolor brilliance of Oz leaving behind the bland corn fields of Kanas, to the stark contrasts of edgy pulp film noirs, we have a subliminal reaction to color combinations that we can take charge of.
I was just having a conversation with one of my pets (that recently discovered the joys of en femme from our Sissy School Circuit) about how this all relates to the joys of feminization. Society seemingly gave males the neutral small box of crayons while women have the huge super pack of the ravishing rainbow. However in nature, the reverse in often true as many males take the lead as far as showing off their tail feathers of vibrancy.
So why not claim all the colors? Shimmery Princess Pink, Ravishing Red Rose, & Languid Lavender! Play with them all and dress to impress in whatever suits your fancy! There is no reason to limit your palette to paltry monochromatic monotony.
In my next post I will go into detail about color play, incorporating complementary colors of your choice to flatter every complexion, chakra corresponding colors and setting the mood for going out crossdressed or just dolling up for yourself at home. Everyday can be made a special occasion worthy of dressing-up for 😉
Stay tuned my lovelies!
I like the pink. Rose red & lavender. So girlish. What do those colors mean? They would make great bra colors as well as panties and boy short colors. How would you incorporate that into feminizing me?
Tune in to my next post which will tell you exactly how to combine the colors without turning them into a clashing cacophony 😉 xoxo
Ms. Fiona, I like the names of the colors and what they represent. Very colorful. It’s so interesting how we all perceive colors differently from each other. For example, you may see the color “red” as cool and sexy while another may think it’s a depression color.
You are so right gorgeous! I delve a little deeper into detail about that in the next post, “Conjure Color Combinations.” 😉