How To Wear Periwinkle
Color of the Week

How To Wear Periwinkle

This week’s color is periwinkle. Periwinkle is a true blue with white added. This is a color that most people can wear. I think because it’s an even balance between cool and warm.

Click on your season to see an outfit perfectly styled with your shade of periwinkle and colors from your color palette.

Not sure what season you are? Take the What Season Am I? online color quiz to find out! Or sign up for a personal seasonal color analysis.

1. Pure Summer (Cool Summer)

2. Tinted Winter (Cool Winter)

3. Pure Spring (Clear Spring)

4. Pure Winter (Clear Winter)

5. Shaded Autumn (Deep Autumn)

6. Shaded Winter (Deep Winter)

7. Tinted Spring (Light Spring)

8. Tinted Summer (Light Summer)

9. Toned Autumn (Soft Autumn)

10. Shaded Summer (Soft Summer Deep)

11. Toned Summer (Soft Summer Light)

12. Tinted Autumn

13. Toned Spring

14. Toned Winter

15. Pure Autumn (Warm Autumn)

16. Shaded Spring (Warm Spring)

Make sure you click on your season’s name to see outfit ideas using your perfect shade of periwinkle!

Wear what you love!

Jen Thoden

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  • Reply Ing-Marie July 19, 2016 at 6:58 pm

    Enjoying your color articles as usual, I’m now wondering:

    Before, Warm Spring and Warm Autumn were considered
    sister seasons.

    But what about now, the color theory having been updated
    to 16 subseasons – which are sister seasons?

    As before: Warm Spring Warm Autumn
    Or – as Warm Spring now is Shaded Spring and Warm Autumn is Pure Autumn:

    Is Shaded Spring sister season to Shaded Autumn aka Dark Autumn?
    And Pure Spring (aka Clear Spring) sister season to Pure Autumn (aka Warm Autumn)??

    Or maybe you should not talk of sister seasons anymore??

    And what about this: both Dark Autumn and Clear Spring are darkest of their seasons.
    Clear Spring bordering to Winter, that’s why darkest.
    Or has Warm Spring – as called Shaded Spring – darker shades than the Pure Spring?

    As you can understand, I have lots of questions.

    • Reply Jen Thoden July 19, 2016 at 9:34 pm

      I’m going to answer this in my podcast. Thank you for asking this question. I’m sure many people have similar questions!


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