There is a psychology of color that applies to all wardrobes including Islamic clothing. You may not realize when selecting a Muslim dress to wear that the hue you choose really says a lot about you.
Pretty in Pink
Women who put on pink clothes emit a tranquil, warm and loving look. In this feminine color, you project unconditional love and a nurturing appeal.
If you pride yourself on being energetic, ambitious and strong, chances are you have a red garment in your wardrobe as this bold hue shows you’re ready for any challenge.
People with sunny dispositions are likely to like yellow clothes since this cheerful color is associated with fun, friends and creativity.
Like the flames of a fire, Orange represents warmth. It’s also an unusual color in terms of clothing so individuals who incorporate it into their wardrobe are often unique and offbeat in the best, and most stylish, sense.
If you are down-to-earth with an appreciation for security, protection and comfort, no doubt you’ll don brown-colored clothes to strike a serious yet fashionable stance.
Purple is typically associated with being regal, wise and wealthy, but this rich and imaginative hue can also evoke a sense of contemplation, meditation and spiritual awareness.
Calming and peaceful, green is associated with generosity and growth as well as with balance and restoration. Odds are people who don this color value beauty, grace and Mother Nature.
Forget what you’ve heard about Blue Monday. Studies show people are more productive when working in a blue-painted room because the color centers them with a calm and focus. When the hue is used in clothing, it emits a sense of peace, trust and integrity. Paradoxically, putting on blue will make you a serene scene stealer!
Whether you favor certain shades or incorporate all the colors of the rainbow into your wardrobe, Artizara offers Muslim clothing in a wide array of hues that are right for you.