Ever wonder why some people look great in orange and when you wear orange, you look and feel dead? Color makes a difference and it should be the first thing you consider when choosing your clothing and accessories.
Color is the first thing anyone notices about you. When you wear colors that flatter your skin tone, hair color and eye color, you look younger, healthier, more confident and more energetic. And, from a practical standpoint, color is the only thing you don't pay for when you purchase an item of clothing. You will pay for the label; you'll pay for the quality of the workmanship and the quality of the fabric; you'll pay for details such as buttons, pockets and trim. But most items are offered in more than one color choice and you will pay the same regardless of the color you choose. So it makes sense to choose the color that is most flattering for you!
Join me on Friday, May 22nd at 2:00 pm EDT for my next Zoom Video Conference Call and learn how to determine your most flattering color palette. (If you've already had a color analysis you may want to skip this call, or join the video for a refresher in color!)
You may register to participate in the video call two ways:
- Email me to let me know you want to be included and I will contact you for your credit card information ($20 fee) or
- Register through PayPal. Go to PayPal.com and click on "Send Money." Enter my email as Christine@ImageMattersSWFL.com and pay $20.
On Friday morning I will send a meeting ID # to all those who have registered. If I don't get an email from you or you don't register through PayPal, you will not receive the meeting ID information.
Download the Zoom app onto your mobile device, laptop or PC. It's easy to find, just enter zoom.us into your browser bar. It's a blue box with a picture of a video camera inside. Zoom is free and with the current state of our social distancing and isolation, it seems as if everyone is using it to stay in touch. (Recently, Zoom has installed extra security precautions to ensure use of their platform is as safe as possible from potential hacking.)
(I've found that using Chrome as your internet browser rather than Safari works better.)
At the time of the meeting - 2 pm EDT on Friday - open up Zoom and click on "Join a meeting." You will need to enter your email information but you aren't "signing up" for anything; you are just registering for my meeting. Zoom requires this so they can tell me who is in my meeting. You will then be prompted to enter the meeting ID #. (I will send the ID # on Friday morning to all those who have registered.)
I look forward to having you join me on Friday. Let's have some fun with color!