Feng Shui Clothing Colors: Best Clothing Colors For Your Career

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Feng Shui Clothing Colors: Best Clothing Colors For Your Career


Feng Shui ClosetAre you following your passion with a career you love? The adage, “Do what you love and the money will follow rings very true.” However, if you are positive you love your career -- whether you are an entrepreneur or working for someone else -- but still haven't achieved the success you would like, you may be dressing for the wrong calling.

In Feng Shui, certain colors fit certain career paths best. If you match your career to the bagua color wheel, where different colors correspond with different elements and sections of a space, you can activate your personal chi for greater career success.

Here are a few examples of common careers and the colors people in these industries should wear to promote success.

- One key to this job is helping people feel secure when they entrust you with their money. The color blue is comforting and confidence-inspiring. Because the wealth area of the bagua sits between wood and fire (blue/green and red, respectively), pink, red, blue, green and purple are all auspicious accent colors.

College professor - Black or dark brown promote an air of seriousness. Be careful, though, not to stock your wardrobe with entirely drab colors. Brighten your outfit with lively complimentary colors or you may risk depression. Red encourages rationality and lively thinking in your students and is a good counterpart to more somber colors.

Health care worker
- Hospitals have it right when they dress doctors and nurses in light shades of blue and green. These colors encourage hopefulness while inspiring confidence. White is also good to encourage -- and exude -- an air of cleanliness, while red accents symbolize a warm heart and good bedside manner.

Real Estate Agent - White will encourage your speaking ability while also letting the home “speak for itself,” creating the proverbial blank slate so you don't distract from the house's interior decorating. Red will bring out rationality in your buyers, while pink will warm up your customers. Also, if you haven't had a chance to meet your prospective buyers or sellers or have a number of appointments scheduled for the day, employing multicolored clothing can help any salesperson achieve their objective and will do the same for real estate professionals.

School teacher - Green, blue and pink inspires confidence and “warms up” students. Red will encourage rational thinking. In contrast to college professors, who want a serious, attentive class, primary school teachers who wear dark, somber colors may find it hard to excite young students about the subject matter.

Therapist/Psychologist - The best colors for this job may depend upon the patients you are meeting that day. White will help you maintain your own peace of mind in the presence of patients who may not be stable. Green will give you energy and enthusiasm. Black can give you an air of seriousness, but be careful -- too much black in your wardrobe will depress your chi, especially after listening to other people's problems all day. Multicolored clothing may work well for mentally unstable patients.

Graphic designers/writers/creative careers - Graphic designers work well when dressed in multi-colored clothing, or outfits of a single primary color -- except black or white, which don't promote creativity. Writers and editors can enhance their personal chi and creativity with multi-colored clothing, as well.

All-black outfits for people in creative professions, including publishing and advertising, may work on deadline weeks or days, when calm attentiveness is required. Red or green are great for brainstorming sessions, as they promote new ideas.

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Hello Ken, 
and thank you for a very good website! 
I have a question about health care worker; I have heard that you should avoid the color red in hospitals, because it reminds you of blood. What do you think? 
Kind regards 
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 6:39 AM by Susanne Nilsjo
Thank you for the articles. It would be nice to know about colors for active children to calm them down.
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 8:42 AM by Sai
What about someone in the fashion/retail industry?
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 11:20 AM by sue
I really enjoy reading your articles! 
What about office workers? I work in the Purchasing department at an IT company and I'm definitely trying to move up the corporate ladder, what color/s would be best? 
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 11:51 AM by Melissa
That is very interesting topic, thanks for the details. Although i was wondering about people in the computer bussines- tech support, etc and estheticians. What colors fit them best? I guess you can't respond to everybody but maybe if there's an article about color #2.. 
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 12:30 PM by sunny
Keep on the lookout for additional articles on Feng Shui colors as many of these questions will be answered then.
Posted @ Wednesday, April 21, 2010 9:16 PM by Ken Lauher
Which would be the best colour for an engineering business (boilermakers)!? 
Posted @ Thursday, April 22, 2010 9:33 AM by Graca Pereira
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