Muted Tones Vs Non-Muted Tones


Pics by Jen Vogan

Dress: Alice McCall
Hat: Lorna Murray
Bag and Sunnies: Gucci
Shoes: ADC Charlotte

I've always been drawn to the beauty of color and how it can evoke different emotions and feelings. Recently, I've been particularly interested in the differences between muted tones and non-muted tones.

Muted tones are colors that are less intense, with a softer and more subdued appearance. They tend to be more understated and create a sense of calm and tranquility. Think of colors like pale pink, soft blue, and muted yellow. They are often associated with nature, and creates a serene ambiance.

On the other hand, non-muted tones are colors that are brighter, more intense, and more vibrant. They tend to be more bold and create a sense of energy and excitement. Think of colors like hot pink, electric blue, and neon yellow. They can be associated with pop culture and in bright patterns.

Both muted tones and non-muted tones make me happy in different ways. I love the peacefulness that muted tones evoke, and the way they make me feel like I'm surrounded by nature. The muted colors are also great for minimalistic design and creating a balance and harmony. On the other hand, I love the boldness and energy of non-muted tones, and the way they can make a statement and stand out. They add a playfulness and creative touch.

However, I do find myself feeling torn between the two at times. It can be hard to decide whether to go for a more subtle, subdued look or a bold, vibrant one. I've learned that it's all about finding the right balance and knowing when to use each type of color to create the desired effect. 

I'm constantly exploring the use of colors and how they can impact emotions and atmosphere. It's a fascinating journey, and I'm excited to see where it takes me next.