I love color. Color in food, color in clothing, color on my walls, color out in nature. Color makes life sparkle. Many years ago I tried that architect-designer look wearing lots of black. But that's stark. When my son was little the clothing choices for boys in the mainstream stores were pretty much limited to grey, blue and brown - how drab. Of course, color exists only in contrast to black/white, so we need the drabness, the starkness, the dullness to appreciate color all the more. I think that's why people in cold climates expand in their beingness and start to breathe again when spring comes around, when all that brown-grey-white drabness explodes into greens and pinks and yellows. It is so joyful.
The other day we got blue potatoes from our food coop. Besides all the added antioxidants compared to white potatoes (although I simply bought them for variety), they looked so pretty on the table. Children often like the safe beige-brown diet (bread, noodles, potatoes, meat). I say I want color on my table.
I also want color in my wardrobe. While red is my favorite color of all, I also love all greens (from Kermit green to a light limy green), all jewel tones (purple, burgundy, burnt yellow, orange, olive green), and creamy yellows.
Live a little, make a splash, bring some color in your life, it makes life more cheerful.