You might be wondering, "Is this the time to be going against the grain?" I say, "HELL, YES!" Be a disruptor. Putting all your faith in the establishment and the status quo may not be your best bet after all. I think now, more than ever, standing out is something to be admired.
I've been feeling these green vibes for quite a while. My overall design aesthetic tends to lean heavily on tried and true neutrals (greys, yes grey with an "e" because I'm cool like that) with pops of subdued gem tones. As I write that, it sounds a bit like an oxymoron: "subdued" and "gem tones"? If you take a look at my color (not colour- I won't go that far!) palette there is a grey wash over all my colors- even the pinks are dusty. So when I stumbled upon Pantone's Chive color I felt like I hit the design jackpot! Grey/green. Total, utter, natural, sexy perfection. Yes, green CAN be sexy.
Stay tuned for my next Candle for Cause. Thematically and practically speaking, I am working on going au naturel with this next project. Perhaps dropping the box? Maybe no label? 100% ALL NATURAL fragrances? See where I'm going with this?