closetplay.biz Turns Two... Happy day, good reader! I hope your week is going well! I'm celebrating! The blog turns two tomorrow! God-willing, there are no terrible two's for blogs... I'm still pleasantly surprised to be here, and ever so grateful for your visits! (And patience with my overuse of exclamation points.) Last year, we celebrated… Continue reading Happy Blogday !
Happy day dear reader! Have you ever thought about changing the colors of your wardrobe? Not just adding a new color here or there, but a complete overhaul... I know the thought of it overwhelmed me, and was one of the biggest sticking points to having a Color Consultation. I didn't really want to know… Continue reading Transitioning to YOUR Colors!
How Much is Too Much? Happy day, dear reader! Today's post is for my daugther-in-law, Megan. We ran into each other at the bank, and she asked what I was writing about. That's usually her way of hinting that she wants to read about something, like when she wanted some inspiration for ways to style… Continue reading Balancing Jewelry and Glasses
Happy day, dear reader! Hope your week has been full of only the pleasant kind of surprises! Today I want to talk about a color quality that people often confuse, undertone and overtone. Specifically as it pertains to choosing colors, whether for clothing or makeup. I often hear people say they are a Spring, Summer,… Continue reading Overtone vs. Undertone
Hello dear reader, It is a time-consuming labor of love creating content and visuals three days a week for a blog. Just over a week ago it was made even harder by the buy-out and closure of Polyvore, a platform used by bloggers galore, and tens of thousands of other creative people around the world… Continue reading RIP Polyvore
Have you ever been talking with someone about a subject of mutual interest, and all of a sudden you discover that their knowledge, and vocabulary are completely different from yours? This happens frequently when I talk with others about color. To keep us on the same proverbial page, and make future conversations about color easier,… Continue reading Color Primer