Color Yourself Successful: Hues That Up Your Office Game

Winning in the workplace? Obviously, it has everything to do with your razor-sharp skill. But sometimes a little extra help doesn’t hurt, either. This is when you call upon color, and all its glorious mind games – er, psychological influences.

Tahari

Black
You’ve been tasked to run this month’s big status meeting. Don’t panic – just wear black. It asserts power and authority. Next stop? Corner office.

Blue
Interviewing for your dream job? Seal the deal by wearing blue. It conveys loyalty. (Not that you look like an embezzler or anything.)

Yellow
Up a little too late the night before? Show up the next morning in yellow. You’ll look and feel more alert, even without that umpteen-shot soy latte.

Our Tahari ASL Boutique opens Monday, August 5, at 11AM ET.

By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer

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August 5, 2013

The Color Diet

Add a pinch of psychology to that next dish

Of course everyone’s senses are abuzz when your famous feasts are served. But when it comes to how the food is visually perceived, you have more control than you may have thought. Colors have a unique ability to evoke certain reactions in the human brain, making a brightly stocked kitchen – dare we say it? – one of the at-home chef’s most powerful tools.

The Color Diet

Our Be Bold, Be Bright Boutiques open Tuesday, January 15, at 3PM ET.

By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer

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January 15, 2013