Silver Color & Personality

What is the psychology and meaning of the color silver, and what does it say about your personality if silver is your favorite color or if you wear silver jewelry or if you drive a sliver car?

Silver Color Meaning

Silver is often associated with wealth, similar to gold. It has strong connections to currency and achievement, it’s a precious metal which is more common than gold which is why it’s seen as less valuable. Silver has many different meanings for different cultures and religions.

Like gold, silver is often worn as jewelry. Silver is more of a masculine color or material, most men choose to wear silver watches more so than gold. Silver is also associated with intelligence, knowledge, maturity, modern, high tech and futuristic.

In the spiritual and mystical world, silver also has associations with the moon, which has connections to feminine energy. Silver was once believed to bring balance, emotionally and physically to those exposed to it. It was also believed to have connections to psychic abilities.

Owning a Silver Car

Silver is a popular color choice in cars, why is this? silver is a safe color, it’s easy to see at night and they tend to hold their value well because of their popularity. Another reason why silver is such a popular color choice for cars is because it’s very conventional, which would suggest a priority for being conventional or normal, with a desire for conformity, which the majority of people seek.

To buy a silver car is a practical and safe choice to make. However they can also look modern and stylish which could also be a motivator for choosing a silver car.

Wearing Silver

If you prefer wearing silver jewelry or accessorizes to gold it suggests that you are in touch with your masculine side and that you prefer strength to flashiness. Wearing jewelry, watches or accessorizes suggests that you take pride in your appearance.

However choosing silver over gold may suggest you’re not looking to stand out or be noticed. It may also mean that you are not seeking approval from others or trying to gain social status. Your own personal taste and preferences are more important than the perceptions of others.

Personality if you Love Silver

You tend to think about the future more so than the past, you are not very nostalgic. This future thinking means you have good self control in most areas in order to make your future a better place.

You are more logical than emotional, your decisions are made by your head rather than your heart.

You seek knowledge and wisdom, you tend to be wise beyond your years.

You have a professional down to business personality, you don’t like immaturity especially in the work place.

You are a deep thinker which often leads you to seeking your own company to give yourself time to think.

You can be arrogant at times, not listening to the opinions of other people because you think you know better.

Color Silver Personality & Affects

Influences – Silver can be unemotional, non inspiring and lifeless. It also promotes organization and professionalism. Silver is believed to have calming, soothing and impartial influences.

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3 thoughts on “Silver Color & Personality

  1. This is a contradiction of Silver personality information from other websites. Other websites say this is an emotional color, but this one says it’s not. Hmm. Needs more research.

    1. The connections to silver and emotion seem to stem from biblical and spiritual sources. While I acknowledge these meanings I’m focusing more on the modern day psychology meanings. I’m happy to offer something different to those other sites. However more research is always a good idea. Thanks and feel free to make more suggestions.

      1. I view silver as unemotional and sophisticated as well. When I chose to paint my nails a shimmery silver it was because I was feeling emotionally detached, I was refocusing myself on my work and it was a pleasing color to me. The other colors were too bright and lively to fit my mood.

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