Color psychology: socks for every mood

By August 10, 2015Spotlight

Colors have a huge impact on our thoughts and feelings- more than we even realize! We are faced with color choices all the time. The first crucial decision of the day usually comes in the morning when deciding what to wear. Often times, we will choose our clothes based on the color of the mood we are feeling or wish to portray that day.

Before you pick out a pair of ASPIRE socks for the day, read which socks exude which emotions!

Red is strong. Red is passionate. Red is danger.

Wear Razzle Red when you want to show the world who’s boss.

Red is often a color featured in nations’ flags, as it is a symbol of pride and strength.

Red is a noticeable color that is often used on caution and warning signs. It is often associated with stop or “beware”. Red gets noticed, so wear Razzle Red when you want to strut your stuff.

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Orange is funOrange is positive. Orange is adventure.

Wear Radar Orange when you are ready to embrace whatever adventure life throws at you.

The color psychology of orange is optimistic and uplifting, rejuvenating our spirit. Wear Radar Orange if life’s been just a little boring lately and you need a pick-me-up.

Orange relates to ‘gut reaction’ or our gut instincts, as opposed to the physical reaction of red or the mental reaction of yellow. That’s what makes Radar Orange the perfect color for a spontaneous adventure. 

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Yellow is happiness. Yellow is hope. Yellow is a challenge.

Wear Hi-Vis Yellow when you need to make a decision. 

Yellow is creative from a mental aspect, the color of new ideas, helping us to find new ways of doing things. It is the practical thinker, not the dreamer.

Yellow helps with decision making as it relates to clarity of thought and ideas. Yellow helps us focus, study and recall information.

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Green is harmony. Green is renewing. Green is growth.

Wear Halo Green when your energy is depleted and you need to be restored.

Green is the sanctuary away from the stresses of modern living, restoring us back to a sense of well being. This is why there is so much of this relaxing color on the earth.

In the same sense, green promotes a love of nature and is a natural peacemaker.

Green is the color of prosperity and abundance.

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Blue is trust. Blue is loyalty. Blue is calming.

Wear Fusion Blue when you need to relax.

Blue is the color of the sky and the sea, both which evoke a calming presence. Blue also slows the metabolism. The paler the blue, the more freedom we feel.

Blue is conservative and predictable, a safe and non-threatening color, and the most universally liked color of all, probably because of these qualities.

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Purple is imaginative. Purple is deep. Purple is luxury.

Wear Deep Purple when you want to gain respect and stand out from the crowd.

Purple encourages creativity and encourages inspiration and originality. It likes to be unique, individual and independent.

In addition, purple has power. It has a richness and quality to it that demands respect. Purple is ambitious and self-assured- the leader.

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Pink is understanding. Pink is giving. Pink is love.

Wear Crave Pink when you want to be selfless.

Pink is the combination of red and white, bringing together the positive qualities from both. Pink is the passion and power of red softened with the purity, openness and completeness of white. It also contains the need for action of red and insight offered by white.

Pink represents compassion and giving, making it the perfect color for when you’re helping others. Pink is also affectionate, intimate, thoughtful and caring. 

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Read more about color psychology from Digital Skratch and Empower Yourself with Color Psychology.

Which sock mood are YOU feeling today?