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Here Is What Wearing Black Says About You (And The 5 Most Common Personality Traits Of These People)

Here Is What Wearing Black Says About You (And The 5 Most Common Personality Traits Of These People)

NOVEMBER 2, 2018 10:53 PM

by Adetoun Adeyemo


Colors excite our minds in various ways, and how we react to some of them can tell a lot regarding our personality.

One study states that black is often seen as “serious” and “reliable,” which means confident. The survey examined around 1000 people. The authors are Buytshirtsonline — a U.K.-based whole supplier for corporations like Fruit of the Loom, Gildan and American Apparel. The aim was to investigate how clothing colors influence the way others see us. It turned out that black came out on top. Here is what the researchers say about the results:

“Black is the color to wear when you’re trying to impress, reassure or woo. There’s certain trustworthiness about it on a person that would make you hand over your life savings and thank them for the privilege. … Throughout all our survey, black came first or second in most ‘good’ traits (for example confidence, intelligence, and sexiness) and barely figured in the ‘bad’ traits (arrogance).”

Black is generally an indication of “seriousness” and “reliability,” so it stands at the top on the list of colors that both sexes find beautiful.


The answer is simple. Confidence. Almost half of the women and 64% of the men participating in the study think that black emits self-sufficiency. It is the most beautiful, bold, confidence boosting and calming color that exists.

But people who wear black are not only that. In fact, along with their confidence, through their color preferences, they manifest, a vulnerable side of their character.

Those who wear all black are also usually very sensitive, a bit unstable, and want to draw the attention of the others on who they are and what they are trying to achieve in life rather than on their appearance.

These people are unintentionally seeking to defend themselves against emotions that are too strong. They could get easily distracted or overreact. And often struggle to ward off anxiety and stay focused.

Nevertheless, what’s interesting is that people who wear all black usually don’t mind if others wear various colors. It’s not the colors themselves that are unpleasant to them when it comes to their clothing; it’s the way they put these colors on themselves. The colors represent their identity and that is what they are most concerned about.

Another theory stemming from color psychology, says that people who love black often have a desire to reclaim their power.

They achieve that through different behaviors like for example trying to “shield” from some emotions, building distance from others, or demonstrating a necessity to receive respect. All of these specifics of the character could be revealed through the love of wearing black which comes as a subconscious message to the self and others.

Here is what Johny Cash says:

“I wore black because I liked it. I still do, and wearing it still means something to me. It’s still my symbol of rebellion — against a stagnant status quo, against our hypocritical houses of God, against people whose minds are closed to others’ ideas.”

So, to sum up, a person who wears black sees themselves as an important figure. Such people think that black makes you appear more attractive, intelligent, and confident. However, they also have a weak side of the character revealing their vulnerability. People who wear all black are often determined, yet sensitive, as we’ve explained above.

Below we have also listed the five most common personality traits of people who love wearing black:

1. These people are very confident.

2. They’re also very sensitive.

3. Such people have a rebellious nature, and wouldn’t accept authority.

4. They like feeling powerful and influential.

5. These people don’t quickly get close to others; they could build walls to protect themselves.

Eventually, it would be interesting to mention that teenagers often have a psychological need to wear black during the period of transition from the childhood to the adulthood. It marks the end of one phase of their life and the beginning of another. They like it so much because it allows them to shield from the world until they have created their true individuality. It is essential they go through this stage, but this could mean there is a problem if it continues during their life as adults in case they exclude other colors.

Nonetheless, no matter how many positive and powerful qualities this color reveals about the people who prefer wearing it, too much black could lead to depression and mood swings. It could create a negative environment. So the best way to wear black is to use some color with it to lighten and brighten its energy.

Do you like wearing black? Which is your favourite colour when it comes to clothes?

Please, tell us in the comments.


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Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir Luxury wedding worth of $1.7 Million in Miami

Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir Luxury wedding worth of $1.7 Million in Miami

By DCWLifestyle October 17th, 2017

Gucci Mane Marries Keyshia Ka’oir in Lavish Miami Ceremony
The big day has finally come: Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir have walked down the aisle

Ka’oir stayed with Mane throughout his most recent stint in prison, for a highly publicized murder charge which was eventually dropped. In his book The Autobiography of Gucci Mane, he wrote that after he went back to prison, he got sober because he “wanted to be able to go on tour and have the energy to put on a show for my fans…I wanted Keyshia to lose her mind when she came to pick me up.”

 The big day has finally come: Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir have walked down the aisle.
 The pair were married Tuesday evening at the Four Seasons in Miami, Doublecrown confirms.

Ka’oir, who walked down an elevated aisle, shared a photo of her bedazzled wedding dress and jeweled headpiece on Instagram and Twitter along with the caption: “Mrs. Davis #1017.”

A who’s who of hip-hop and Atlanta’s social scene gathered for the ceremony which cost a staggering $1.7 million.

Guests included Sean “Diddy” CombsReal Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Karrueche Tran, Lil Yachty, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Monica, Big Sean and Jhene Aiko.

The couple chronicles the road to their extravagant wedding in Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir: The Mane Event, — a 10-part special premiering on BET at 10 p.m. — in which fans will get an up-close look at all that went into crafting the nuptials.

“I want a royal wedding!” Ka’oir, 32, declared in a PEOPLE exclusive clip ahead of the show“All white with diamonds and crystals.”

Along with her excitement, Ka’oir also expressed some frustration in the clip, saying, “I don’t know if it’s the wedding. I don’t know if it’s the fame … I don’t know if it’s because who my husband is gonna be. Everybody going coco-loco on me.”

Earlier this week, the lovebirds shared sweet photos of their wedding rehearsal, with the rapper, 37, surprising his leading lady with a new car.

“His and Hers Guwop bought his wife a Wraith!” Mane captioned an Instagram photoof himself and Ka’oir posing in front of cars.

He also shared a photo of himself sporting a wide smile in a red and black suit, writing, “Waiting on my bride!!! #KeyshiaAndGucciWeddingRehearsal.”

Mane popped the question in November 2016 during an Atlanta Hawks game — and the NBA shared the sweet moment on Twitter for the world to see.

 In the video, Mane and Ka’oir can be seen on the “Kiss Cam” before the rapper presents a shocked Ka’oir with a huge sparkler. The team’s mascot, Harry the Hawk, was also on hand to congratulate the couple, giving Ka’oir a bouquet of roses.

After the proposal, Mane shared several photos of the happy couple on Instagram. “She said yessssss!!!!!!!!!!! Lucky me,” Mane captioned one photo, alongside a pair of Santa emojis.

In a separate post, he showed off a close-up view of Ka’oir’s stunning diamond ring. “She deserve it!! My bride to be!!#Wopsters luv you my baby,” the Atlanta-native captioned the video.



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