Clothing and Uniqueness: The Hidden Report for Indirect Communication

Expressing one’s personality freely is, to this day, a fundamental concept of free will, which allows people to show their feelings and thoughts through a myriad of possibilities.

Of these opportunities, of course, clothing represents one of the most attractive options, as the outward appearance shows (often even subconsciously) thoughts, moods and unspoken words.

Thus, a direct relationship is created between clothing and uniqueness: a fundamental relationship, which connects aesthetics and thoughts with the aim of transmitting their fundamental characters.

Let’s discover this report in this article.

How clothes express uniqueness

From an extremely practical point of view, clothes allow people to also build their own identity, interacting with characteristics such as personality and inner image. An image over which people have total control, providing the direct interlocutor with an immediate point of knowledge and rapid understanding.

We are therefore not talking about appearance, but about a real business card.

According to what many identify as “fashion psychology”, in fact, the shapes, colors of tops womenthe size of hats and the amplitudes of different clothes (or even heels) can help analyze the psyche of the users they wear them.

Beyond considerations of shapes and dimensions, however, it is probably the colors that convey a particularly powerful meaning, going hand in hand with the most intimate emotional spheres of users.

In the next paragraph, we will therefore analyze how certain colors of clothing can identify a precise uniqueness.

The colors of clothes and their meaning

As we have seen, colors have a very specific meaning which, in addition to identifying moods in people, can also be used to show others certain characteristics of themselves, although this often happens unconsciously.

So we see a list of the main colors and their intrinsic meanings.

● White: purity, innocence, peace, cleanliness, simplicity, freshness;
● Black: elegance, authority, power, mystery, formality, mourning;
● Grey: sobriety, neutrality, professionalism, discreet elegance, classicism;
● Blue: tranquility, calm, serenity, confidence, stability, reliability;
● Red: passion, energy, strength, love, danger, attention;
● Yellow: happiness, joy, optimism, warmth, enthusiasm, creativity;
● Green: nature, balance, freshness, hope, growth, harmony;
● Orange: vitality, energy, enthusiasm, joy, inspiration, optimism;
● Violet: nobility, creativity, spirituality, mystery, magic, elegance;
● Brown: solidity, naturalness, stability, calm, rustic elegance, earth;
● Gold: wealth, luxury, elegance, prestige, refinement, exclusivity;
● Silver: modernity, technology, elegance, refinement, luxury, futurism.

It should be emphasized that the meaning of colors in clothing can vary depending on culture, fashion and circumstances.

In addition, each person can perceive colors differently, depending on their experience and personality.

When we dress, we must therefore pay particular attention to the context and to the people around us. The colors of our clothes can communicate directly with individuals, and it’s not because they convey the wrong message in an inappropriate context.

Remember that, even if “the habit does not make the monk”, it is always the first identity card that you provide when you present yourself.

Boris Rabilaud
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Clothing and Uniqueness: The Hidden Report for Indirect Communication