Seasonal Color Analysis: A Guide to Shopping Your Color\n\nShopping for Your Color with Judith Leiber\n\nWe at Judith Leiber Couture know that skin tones are complex and varied from person to person. This is why shopping your color is never straightforward. Finding the perfect pallet that complements your skin tone can help you pop. \nTo find this personalized color pallet, you will need to have a professional color analysis done.\nSeasonal color analysis is simply the task of laying out the different color families against your skin. To get an accurate result, you will want to invest in personalized services. Though expensive, these can make your shopping habits far more successful.\nYou will be able to invest in the right colors and make full use of Fashion Week’s color trends season after season because you know what shades work best on you.\nThe Color Analysis Process\nThe color analysis process follows these six steps:\n\nDon a gray cape, cap, and set against a gray backdrop \nProfessional lights and mirror setup\nEach color shade is draped over your chest \nColors are narrowed down \nLuxury hues are bought forward \nYou have your own custom color pallet\n\nThe color selection process is boiled down from the four true color seasons. Most people sit in-between two seasons. This is why the color elimination process is so important.\nTo find the perfect pallet for you, you must eliminate all colors that don’t make you radiate.\n\nThe Four True Seasons \nThe four true color seasons are:\n\nTrue Autumn \nTrue Winter \nTrue Spring \nTrue Summer\n\nThese seasons contain color swatches that embody the season. You are likely familiar with them. Season after season the colors that rock the runways vary only by hue.\nThe Eight Sub-Seasons\nMost people are a combination of two of the true color seasons. By the time you are finished with your color analysis, you will be one of:\n\nLight Autumn \nDark Autumn \nLight Winter \nDark Winter \nLight Spring \nDark Spring \nLight Summer \nDark Summer\n\n\nLuxury Colors \nThe specific and subtle hues for each season are then brought out. These change from year to year, so it is best to shop the color trends from the last two fashion weeks. \nSeasonal Color Trends for Spring\/Summer 2018\/2019\nThe two color trends you need to stay on top of are from the last Spring\/Summer show, and the latest Autumn\/Winter show. The colors that shone brightest during the SS18\/19 shows were:\n\n\nFiesta; a feisty red that brings energy into the summer months. \n\n\nJester Red; a rich and elegant red sure to help you stand out alongside your Judith Leiber jewelry.\n\n\nTurmeric; the yellow spice brought to life on the runway. \n\n\nLiving Coral; a golden-toned coral pink that is as bright as it is sunny.\n\n\nPink Peacock; a truly stunning pink. \n\n\nPepper Stem; a yellow-green that embodies the newness of spring. \n\n\nAspen Gold; the color of the golden sun, perfect for summer. \n\n\nPrincess Blue; a royal, arresting color to bring elegance to your summer pallet.\n\n\nToffee; the warm chocolate tone perfect for long summer evenings.\n\n\nMango Mojito; a golden yellow of a tropical paradise. \n\n\nTerrarium Moss; a stunning natural green. \n\n\nSweet Lilac; a sweet pink infused lilac color. \n\n\nSoybean; a lovely golden neutral for the season. \n\n\nEclipse, the color of the midnight sky and the perfect dark neutral for your wardrobe.\n\n\nSweetCorn; a soft and buttery pale yellow neutral\n\n\nBrown Granite; a bold, warm brown for the season.\n\n\nSeasonal Color Trends for Autumn\/Winter 2019\/2020\nThis nuanced color pallet that took center stage for AW19\/20 is complex and vibrant. With your color analysis you will want to shop your hue from these top winter tones:\n\n\nCranberry; a bright red that packs a punch and is perfect for winter.\n\n\nMerlot; a classic shade of wine, perfect for winter warmth.\n\n\nSummer Fig; An orangey red that livens up your winter wardrobe. \n\n\nCrabapple; an orangey-rose that brings a hint of warmer seasons.\n\n\nChicory Coffee; The color of coffee, warm and essential.\n\n\nBluestone; A light blue that is tranquil and thoughtful.\n\n\nGalaxy Blue; thoughtful blue hue, perfect to compliment crystal Judith Leiber purses.\n\n\nAntique Moss; a wonderful yellow-based green to help you pop.\n\n\nForest Biome; the color of evergreen forests, ideal for winter. \n\n\nHazel; a mellow, golden brown perfect to bring some warmth to your wardrobe.\n\n\nButterscotch; an appealing golden yellow to brighten your winter attire.\n\n\nGrapeade; a muted mauve that helps you shine. \n\n\nTuabaga, timeless beige suited perfectly for standout Judith Leiber clutch bags.\n\n\nGreenOlive; the staple olive green.\n\n\nEvening Blue; confident and classic, perfect for a regal gown. \n\n\nFrost Gray; an eternal gray shade, perfect to compliment your Judith Leiber rose clutch.\n\n\n\nWearing Your Color Pallet \nYou will want to shop the trending colors to what suits your skin tone. From there, you can wear your color pallet in one of two ways.\nWear Your Colors, Don’t Let Them Wear You\nWear your colors from your personalized color pallet. This is how you will stand out. Don’t waste your time with bold colors that don’t suit you and only draw attention to themselves. You want to be what people see, not the color of your dress.\nWearing your color pallet is the best way forward.\n\nDress in Neutrals and Pop with Accessories from the Judith Leiber Collection\n\nWear neutrals that complement you and then dress up your outfit with bold Judith Leiber handbags in your more arresting colors.\nCelebrity Inspirations\nMeet some of our favorite celebrities who have rocked their colors and accessorized their outfits to perfection with a Judith purse by their side. Kim K and Blake Lively are great examples who made their claim with Judith Leiber purses.\nJennifer Lopez\nMost recently J Lo has been spotted wearing a Judith Leiber crystal clutch from our novelty collection, the Stack of Cash. Wearing a skin-tight neutral, her clutch is the perfect pop of green that she needs to compliment her color type.\nAnna Kendrick\nWearing a shade that makes her look rosy and positively glowing, helps her outfit pop with a crystal Judith Leiber Clutch.\nRebel Wilson\nWilson looked lavishing in a cherry red that suited her skin tone perfectly. To add that extra glitz and glam, she rocked a crystal Yes! Clutch from our Judith Leiber evening bags collection.\n\nHelen Mirren \nStriking in blue, Mirren showed us all how timeless and sophisticated it is to match your color to your accessories. She was seen toting a Judith Leiber satin clutch in 2018 that matched the shade of her dress perfectly.