In looking at the About section of House of Colour's website, I noticed this description:
"WHY HOUSE OF COLOUR?
A big surprise was the first drape, which was this gorgeous chocolate brown. I never considered wearing a brown dress, but this color made me reconsider! It looked amazing! Sure...there were plenty of colors that did not cut the mustard (hee!) but the ones that were my best TRULY were my best. I needed the brightest and most intense colors out of the Spring palette, particularly the primary blue, red and yellow colors, so Annette said my best category is Paintbox Spring. I figured ahead of time I would be a Blue Spring, so Paintbox was a bit of a surprise!
We did take a few photos, but smartphone photos being what they are, I did not like any of them. However, this is a reprentation of the Paintbox Spring color spectrum. Doesn't this lady look amazing???
I discovered that I am actually closer to True Spring than Bright Spring and that I need to stay away from the dark and really cool end of Bright Spring. So....my Indigo Tones Bright Spring plume is pretty much dead on perfect for me, since it eliminates the coolest and deepest of Sci/ART Bright Spring by default!
If you have been draped by the Sci/ART or 12 seasons method, the four seasons method, or want something more personalized, I highly, highly recommend getting a House of Colour consultation. It was highly informative, so much fun and got the wheels turning in my mind to begin a capsule wardrobe.
Next? A HOC style session! Stay tuned!