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Create a colourful autumnal wonderland this Hallowe’en

Autumn colours are all around us. There are plenty of crisp leaves floating from the branches of trees, and the world is full of those delicious autumnal colours of orange and yellow, red and brown.

Colour me gorgeous

Colours have the power to lift up our wardrobes and spirits, and that is one of the many reasons I love spring so much. The freshness of pastel shades and the vibrant impact of strong hues, make us feel rejuvenated and beautiful. Strong colour palettes have been highlighted throughout the spring/summer collections and four dominant shades are the starlets of the season. Colours are vibrant and wearable. Whether you want to be confident in red, playful in cobalt, or seductive in pink, you can now wear these colours head-to-toe or toned down with soft patterns and neutral hues. Here is a round-up of the must-have colours to create your spring capsule wardrobe.

The colours of autumn

A love of intense colours was seen on the autumn collections. From powerful purple and passionate red to cobalt blue and the return of black, autumn shades are going to revive our wardrobes and make us look forward to the arrival of the new season.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Tips for yellows

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Yellow is one of the best colours in interior design and also one of the most delicate as it is a primary colour. The right shade of yellow brings cheer to dreary rooms. Some bright yellows, however, cause people pain in interior design.

The power of colours

Colour is all around us and different colours have affect on our moods, emotions, and appearance in different ways. Your eyes, hair, and complexion are your body harmony colours. You should wear colours that complement these natural colours. Wearing the right colours enhances your image and makes you look refreshed, younger, and thinner. Wearing the wrong colours will make you look tired and will emphasise dark under eye circles, wrinkles, and imperfections.

The power of colours

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Colour is all around us and different colours have affect on our moods, emotions, and appearance in different ways. Your eyes, hair, and complexion are your body harmony colours. You should wear colours that complement these natural colours. Wearing the right colours enhances your image and makes you look refreshed, younger, and thinner. Wearing the wrong colours will make you look tired and will emphasise dark under eye circles, wrinkles, and imperfections.

The colours of living — part one

Blue Monday, green with envy, in the pink -— colours are often associated with moods and emotions. Colours affect us psychologically, a fact that should be considered when decorating.

The colours of living — part two

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Colours affect our minds, our physiologies, and our social interactions. The colours you choose when decorating a room can have an effect on any occasion that you hold there. The dining room is a place of delicate social situations. By considering the psychological effects of colours, you can make your dining room a more relaxing place to eat and gather.

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