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Fashion B: Standard 08.0101.09 Elements of Color By: Kris Caldwell Timpanogos High School C O L O R Color symbolism: Certain colors come to “mean” something. Ex: “ Green with envy” or “feeling blue ” Some common Psychological Associations of color are: Red: Hot Dangerous Angry

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fashion b standard 08 0101 09 elements of color

Fashion B: Standard 08.0101.09Elements of Color

By: Kris Caldwell

Timpanogos High School

c o l o r
COLOR
  • Color symbolism: Certain colors come to “mean” something.
  • Ex: “Green with envy” or “feeling blue”
  • Some common Psychological Associations of color are:
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Red:

Hot

Dangerous

Angry

Passionate

Sentimental

Exciting

Vibrant

Aggressive

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Orange:

Lively

Cheerful

Joyous

Warm

Energetic

Hopeful

Hospitable

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Yellow:

Bright

Sunny

Cheerful

Warm

Prosperous

Cowardly

Deceitful

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Green

Calm

Cool

Fresh

Friendly

Pleasant

Balanced

Lucky

Restful

Immature

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Blue

Peaceful

Calm

Restful

Truthful

Esteemed

Tranquil

Formal

Sad

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Violet

Royal

Dignified

Powerful

Rich

Dominating

Mysterious

Wise

Passionate

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White

Innocent

Youthful

Faithful

Pure

Peaceful

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Black

Mysterious

Tragic

Serious

Sad

Dignified

Silent

Old

Sophisticated

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Gray

Modest

Sad

Old

Efficient

color terms
Color Terms
  • Hue:The name given to a color, such as red, yellow, green, or violet. It distinguishes one color from another
  • Value: The lightness or darkness of a color. The values of colors range on a gradation scale from white to almost black.
  • Intensity: The brightness or dullness of a color. Very strong colors are said to have high intensity. Intensity can be lowered by mixing a color with it’s compliment.
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Color Wheel
  • Primary Hues: Red, yellow, blue. Cannot be made from any other color. All other colors can be made by mixing the primary colors.
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Color Wheel
  • Secondary Hues: Orange, green, purple. Made by mixing equal parts of 2 primary colors.
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Color Wheel
  • Intermediate Hues (also called Tertiary). Made by mixing equal parts of adjoining primary and secondary colors. Usually named with primary color first. Ex: Blue-green
color schemes
Color Schemes
  • Monochromatic Color Scheme: One-color plan that uses different tints, shades, and intensities of the same hue.
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Color Schemes
  • Analogous Color Scheme: Uses neighboring, or adjacent colors on the color wheel.
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Color Schemes
  • Complementary Color Scheme: Uses opposite hues on the color wheel. Complementary colors are across from each other on the wheel. They have great contrast and look brighter when used side-by-side.
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Color Schemes
  • Split-Complementary Color Scheme: Uses three colors. It combines one color with the two colors on the sides of its complement. Ex: blue with yellow-orange and yellow green.
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Color Schemes
  • Triad Color Scheme: Three colors equidistant on the wheel. Ex: red, yellow, blue OR orange, green, purple.
personal seasonal coloring
Personal Seasonal Coloring
  • Four Main Categories
    • Winter (cool undertones)
    • Spring (warm undertones)
    • Summer (cool undertones)
    • Autumn (warm undertones)
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Personal Seasonal Coloring
  • Winter: The largest number of people in the world are of the winter season type. Their ancestry is Asian, Indian, Polynesian, South American African, or Southern European. Their skin has a cool (blue) undertone. Their hair is usually dark and may turn gray prematurely. Most have brown eyes. Any colors with blue undertones are recommended.
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Personal Seasonal Coloring
  • Spring: Their heritage is from Scandinavia, Britain, and Northern Europe. Hair is flaxen or strawberry blond to medium or reddish-brown. Most have blue eyes. Skin has a warm (yellow) undertone. They should wear clothes with yellow undertones. Medium to light colors are better than dark shades.
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Personal Seasonal Coloring
  • Summer: People in this category also have backgrounds from Scandinavia and Northern Europe. They have rosy, delicate coloring with a blue undertone. They may blush or sunburn easily. Blue eyes are most common. Their skin has cool coloring. They should wear dusty, muted shades with blue or rose undertones.
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Personal Seasonal Coloring
  • Autumn: People of this type are from many diverse racial backgrounds. Redheaded Irish are typical of this category. People with dark skin tones are autumns if they have a truly golden undertone. They have reddish highlights in hair ranging from blond to dark chestnut brown. Their eyes are usually brown, but some are green, hazel or blue-green. They should wear strong, but dusty colors with orange and yellow undertones.