Real Simple Color Cues

Kiss Color Confusion Goodbye!

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Check out my color cues featured in this month’s Real Simple magazine, on newsstands now.

 

 

 

 

Great News: Color Your Style in Savannah, Boston, London and Many More!

David’s travel schedule has once again been expanded!

Trips to Savannah and Boston have been added to stops in Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Utica in the US as well as Stockholm, London and  Vienna  in Europe!

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David is based in New York City but frequently travels.

Here is the current schedule of upcoming cities where David will be offering private Color Your Style consultations/color palettes for men and women as well as palette updates, shopping and styling sessions.

April 18-19 Salt Lake City, UT

April 20-23 San Francisco, CA

April 27-28 Utica, NY

May 12 Savannah, GA

May 23-26 Stockholm, SE

May 27-30 Vienna, AT

May 31-June 6 London, UK

August 8-9 Boston, MA

Stay tuned for Tucson, AZ  and Prague CZ!

About a session:
 An initial private two hour consultation includes a custom color palette,
as well as in-depth information on fabrics, patterns, silhouette, historical periods, hair, make-up, etc…This is “the plan” that will be used for all future shopping.

For rates and to book an appointment, please contact Alex at alex@davidzyla.com

If you have a city that you would like David to visit, please submit it.

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Gentlemen: Show your Personailty on your Wrists!

Check out my off-the cuff comments with Rapaport Magazine’s Amber Michelle:

http://www.diamonds.net/Magazine/Article.aspx?ArticleID=46578&RDRIssueID=122

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Cufflinks by Sheryl Jones

It’s Official: How to Win at Shopping set for Spring 2015!

It is official!

Just a bit longer to wait for THE definitive guide to shopping!

Here is the official release:

How to win at Shopping, David Zyla and Eila Mell (Workman, Spring 2015).

Emmy Award winning stylist, Jewelry Television spokesperson, and color expert David Zyla and fashion journalist and author Eila Mell’s guide of tips and tricks for getting the best deals, best fit, and best style when shopping online and in stores at all times of year.

www.davidzyla.com

David to Co-Host Colors of Spring Event Tomorrow on Jewelry Television

Jewelry Television® (JTV) has announced that David will will co-host ‘Colors of Spring’ throughout the day on March 7th, 2014. He’ll provide expert commentary on Pantone’s® Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid, and discuss how it translates in the world of fine jewelry and gemstones.

“Radiant orchid is a gorgeous shade of purple that conveys confidence and joy,” noted Zyla. “The fuchsia and pink undertones are representative in many gemstones that can easily be incorporated into fashion. Selecting gemstones with color creates vibrant, fresh looks for spring.”

JTV’s ‘Colors of Spring’ programming runs from March 6 through 10th, 2014.

For more information on JTV’s ‘Colors of Spring’ event, check local listings or visit JTV’s program guide.

 

Opening Your Heart: Your Romantic Color

Your Romantic Color expresses your passion, your sexuality, and your heart.


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Your own personal version of red, your Romantic Color is taken from your flushed skin, evoking the vitality of the blood that flows through your arteries. This is the color that reveals your passion, your sexual energy, and your romantic self. In short , it is the perfect color to wear on a Valentines Day date!

The color that expresses your passion and love might indeed be red—but it might also be tangerine, fuchsia, berry, rust, or even mahogany.

Find Your Romantic Color

Follow these steps to reveal the color that shows your warmest, most passionate self:

1. In natural light, hold your hand over a white piece of paper with your palm facing you. Curl your fingers so that your palm is “cupped.”

2. Look carefully at the most flushed areas of your palm and notice the shade.

3. Now, place a finger on each side of the fingerprint of your index finger and pinch your finger. What is the color of your flushed skin?

4. Look in the bottom of your palm on the side closest to your little finger.

5. If your palm includes deeper shades that make it difficult to see this color, you might want to hold your hand next to your gums. The contrast will help bring out the different shades in your palm.

Once you have identified the perfect Romantic Color, head to the cosmetics counter and choose a lipstick that matches it. You can wear this color in a lipstick or gloss and then bring the tube with you to match when shopping for the perfect Valentines Day outfit.

What exactly should you be looking for?

Nothing is sexier than a simple solid-colored dress or top in this color, and following the shape of your jaw is the perfect no-fail neckline!

Have a wonderful February 14th!

 

 

What’s Black and White and Red All Over?

Answer:

The 2014 Golden Globes.

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I was honored to give Lauren Moraski of CBS News an exclusive interview on the colors, styles and jewelry of the night, as well as the “must-have” accessory…a baby bump!

Join David for a very special event in Houston next Friday!

Atrium Ready To Wear and Girl Around Town will host a special cocktail hour/ meet and greet with David on Friday, January 17th from 6 to 8pm . Mingle with lovers of color and style over a glass of champagne and sweets, and have David sign your own copy of Color Your Style!

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 Atrium is located at  2040 West Gray St., Suite 120 Houston, TX 77019   713.520.0206

 

True Color Tuesdays Quote of the Week!

The True Color Quote of the Week comes from Stephanie from Yonkers, NY:

“I always questioned not whether something looked good on me, but whether I was wearing the right thing at the right time. A session and some shopping with David, as well as the wonderful tips in his book Color Your Style changed all of that.  I now never question my choices and always feel that I look appropriate AND feel beautiful!”
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True Color Tuesdays: Wishing You a Most Colorful New Year!

 

May your new year be full of color!

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Colorfully Yours,

David

www.davidzyla.com