Red and green are two colours which are directly opposite to each other, (complementary colours) and they should work well together, but most of the time people usually say it’s too Christmas-y or look like some flags. But if you work it out it can look real well.
On the same thought line, if someone is concerned with ones body image, dress to emphasis what one has and look good, people tend to say that it’s something too shallow and opposite to spirituality.
But body image affects how you feel about yourself. It's an important factor in self esteem or your opinion of yourself.
Self esteem is crucial. It is very important because it affects how you think, act and even how you relate to other people. It affects your potential to be successful.
Low self esteem means poor confidence and that also causes negative thoughts which means that you are likely to give up easily rather than face challenges. In addition, it has a direct bearing on your happiness and wellbeing.
Dressing to look good raises your self esteem.
Your visual appearance—the way you present yourself—is important.
Please, don't let anyone convince you that the way you behave, look, speak and dress are not connected to who you are predestined to be in the world.
Tell me, whatever happened to motivated for the more excellent way—the way that helps us to become our personal best?
Fashion is more than material clothing. I believe clothes are ideas. Hence, fashion is also intellectual and creative.
And creativity expresses soul. Creativity is the essence of life, so if you are alive (and you appear to be!), then you are creative. There is no escaping this part of your heritage as a human being. You were created to create. Doing so sets your soul free.
So if red and green can be worked to look good together also fashion can be harmonized with spirituality.
green tights - Calzedonia
floral skirt - El Corte Ingles (some years ago)
green belt - Stradivarius
ivory cowl neck - from my boxes
red cardigan - Mango
black retro inspired coat - Vero Moda
brooch - gift
wrist watch - gift from Hubby
cocktail ring - gift from Hubby
lipstick - L'Oreal
perfume - Noa from Cacharel