Red and blue make purple so that must mean that if I put on purple clothing, any person with any insight, any color scheme knowledge and a fetish for observing (read, judging) people will know the mood I’m in.
My best friend, Hannah, made an observation when we were little. What I wear reflects my mood, she said. And this is one of the thing that you always notice, once you notice them. Once you realize it’s there, your attention goes towards them all the time, every time, without fail, subconsciously and untiringly. Every morning after I was brushed, bathed and clothed, I went to the mirror to see myself… I just saw my mood being reflected in the colors I wore. I started rethinking and changing every outfit I chose. Does this reflect my mood? Oh no, this shows I am angry. Or maybe it shows that I am anxious. What does it show? Maybe it shows nothing. No, it definitely does. I should change and wear something brighter like yellow or pink. Maybe if my clothing depicts the mood I’m in, the clothing could change the mood I’m in. So if I’m angry, I should try wearing light blue or lavender. If I’m sad, I should try a yellow or an orange. Will it change anything? What if I WANT to be angry, but I’m wearing something white and it doesn’t let me be angry. Anger, envy… These are supposed to be the bad emotions. But that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t feel them right? Is it even human, not to feel these feelings? I mean, everyone goes through these mood swings.
No, I don’t think I should let these colors govern what I feel. They can’t. They’re just colors. My mood depends on me, not just some silly colors. They might show the mood I’m in, but not the other way round. Thank god, not many know I dress according to my mood, subconsciously or otherwise. Oh, and the things running through my mind. Thank god, there aren’t mind readers as well. I’m sure they would go as crazy as me if they tried reading my mind.
Anyway, purple it is then.
Wait, does purple mean I’m angry and calm both at the same time?