Red, especially burgundy or wine red. I don't like the orangey reds. I also like black, kelly green, and orange.
I find it interesting that so many people incorporate the colors in their wardrobe into the topic of their favorite colors. It's a much more abstract question to me...it wouldn't occur to me to combine those thoughts. For instance, I don't own any kelly green clothing and the only orange I wear is in a college sweatshirt. I prefer to wear more neutral colors like black, navy and khaki, but that doesn't mean that I "like" those colors.
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LOL. Yeah I've seen that before. Its not just because I'm a girl - I've done some design work and 'blue', 'yellow', 'red' etc just doesn't cut it.
Actually you should check out this for an epic colour list. Some of the names are rather amusing.
Ahh... That is a rather long list. Goodness, do you go through all those for design work? Rather saddening. I suppose yes, design work requires slightly more detailed usage of more specified colour names.
Originally Posted by Burning Rave
You forgot light blue, dark blue, light red, dark red, light green, dark green. etc. Like how Cayenne is such a dark red.... I just call it a dark red and how banana is such a light yellow... I just call it light yellow.
Other than that,
Dark Red (based on that color scheme cayenne)>Dark Green>Navy Blue.
But I sort of work with colors also... so the in-between colors... I tend to call such colors around teal like blue-green.....
Yea, I don't have hundreds of names for colors, but I can at least say that a color is blue-green
Ah there is another similar chart for that. I suppose all those strange colour name codings are rather troublesome to go by. And getting too detailed with colours can seem rather picky.
Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan
If you call cyan blue and magenta purple, you're a fucking troglodyte.
I suppose many would just call cyan, light blue. Technicalities in colours tend not to be important to many.