Christmas spirit in non-existent in London, celebration comes the day after Christmas when the sale frenzy kick starts. Only one in every hundred house or so have joined in on decorating their windows with advent candles, fake snow and ginger bread suspended on red ribbons. In Sweden the enthusiastic Christmas decorator will even change their curtains and table cloths for something more red, green and white. The fun or walking around staring up at people’s homes searching for the most tricked out window is a mere fantasy in the capital of England as the city has no soul.
With no decoration spreading warmth and joy there is plenty of room to put on a carnival of colours on your own. Besides the obvious benefits of wearing fancy clothes like improved self confidence and looks, what’s on our bodies affects our moods. Colours are very powerful and humorous pastel shades of red, orange, blue and green can be the base for a happy day. The pink walls might seen in the 2nd post before this one might appear bizarre but surprisingly the colour traps you in four walls of positivity. Shield yourself from those who try to rise up against you by wrapping your body in the most relaxing pastels of the colour spectrum, like the attached outfits from the temple of warmth, Missoni.