What if your morning routine created a sense of relaxation that lasted all day? Intrigued?  Read on to see how! 

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It’s simple…Start from underneath – wear colors and fabrics that create a sense of stability, calmness and composure. 

It is proven that color effects your mood. Knowing that you’re wearing a color that is a mood booster, will surely give you a sense of well-being (even if it is your underwear that you can’t see)!

Below is a list of 5 colors that are soothing, peaceful and promote relaxation. Jockey carries a variety of undergarments, socks, tees, pants and more in each of the colors. Click the color below to shop on jockey.com

Violet – brings inner balance and peace. Provides deep awareness of being.

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Grey – soothing and cooling presence. Creates a sense of calm and composure. Provides stability. 

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Pink – soothes energy and calms. Provides peacefulness. 

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Green – calming and refreshing, heals and renews. Symbolizes nature and the environment. 

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Blue – calms your mind and reduces tension. Provides peace and tranquility. Represents harmony and trust. 

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While color provides a sense of relaxation, the sense of touch is also very important. 

Jockey uses a variety of quality fabrics that are guaranteed to feel good against your skin. From 100% Cotton, to Microfiber, you’ll find your preference of material. What’s more relaxing than feeling comfortable underneath?

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This might not be the solution to ultimate relaxation but you’ve got to start somewhere and your first layer in the morning is a natural starting point.

What color and fabric relaxes you the most? 

Author: Jockey
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