I don't discriminate any colour, anything goes that can evoke some positive vibe in me, depending on my mood at any particular moment. Well, I am always drawn to blue.
I seem to take the world in as if I'm not even present, only observing things somewhere outside of myself but at the same time I don't see the things, I "feel" them around me. It's as if I don't even need to see them to know what they are like. Well, I do double-check to confirm my intuiton and it takes some concentration. It's not really the shape or colour or whatever of the things or people or whatever, it's all about the "feeling" I get from everything.
If only there would be a way to convey the "feeling" accurately to the rest of the world without actually having to go through great lengths to translate it. Things get lost in translation. So, I have to be present and use terms that are understandable to others as well to interact with the world. It's not how I prefer it but it'll have to do because things have to get done.
although I prefer darker colours I guess. Forest rather than lime green. Scarlet rather than pink.
I like...colours that go together thematically. Like lime green on royal blue for alien technology, or dresses that are forest-green and silver or gold (but never both silver and gold.)
It really depends what it's for, actually. I don't like olive green (yellowy-green) for the body of clothing or decorations, but...as a highlight or border or text or something, it can work quite well. It's also a nice eye colour.
I have a jade ring that was a graduation present from my mom. I stopped wearing it because it was hurting my fingers but it was pretty much the perfect colour:
The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together. ~ rCoxI ~ INfj ~ 5w6 so/sp