There’s something to this. I was shopping in Francesca’s boutique, flipping through Michele Bernhardt’s Colorstrology book, and discovered that my personal color is Jaffa Orange. There is something to this because the cotton tank I already had in my hand to purchase matched the color exactly. Hmmm . . . Colorstrology tells us that our birthday carries a numerological value and meaning. That value corresponds to a color palette from which we can draw insight about our personalities. Wearing, decorating and surrounding ourselveswith this specific color is supposed to bring out our true selves, our best selves. We are not to confuse our personal color with our favorite color – Bernhardt says that our favorite color can change as we evolve or change our surroundings. Our personal color, on the other hand, remains constant.
This fun book rests on my coffee table. There is a page for every day of the year. There are even color swatches in the back to take with you when shopping for your color. 🙂 In addition, each color has its PANTONE® Color identification to help find the perfect match. I like the suggestions Bernhardt gives for using your personal color.
Want to send an ecard telling the bday person what his/her color is?! It’s completely free – here’s the link for the ecards!
Grading Girl gives Colorstrology an A+ for an interesting alternative to traditional zodiac and astrology readings.
I’d say this is pretty accurate . . .
My Personal Color ~ JAFFA ORANGE
Analytical, Responsible, Sensitive
If you were born on this day: “You love to use your mind. Your ability to analyze problems and situations is exceptional. You never really know just how good or talented you are due to your yearning for perfection. Many of you cover your sensitivity with facts and a composed exterior. You actually have a very sensitive spirt that needs to be nurtured and recognized.” (Bernhardt)
Colorstrology says that wearing or surrounding myself “with Jaffa Orange helps you live life more freely by integrating your intellect with your emotions and your passion with self-control.” (Bernhardt)