If you are a Light Spring, you are a Spring/Summer. If you are a Soft Autumn, you are a Autumn/Summer. Both are secondary Summer
Remember two thirds of women are neutral, which these seasons are.
Disclaimer: ideally you should be draped in person
The PASTEL SPRING (Spring-Summer) looks somewhat like a Summer and compares a little to a Golden Autumn. They may be Classic, Natural or Romantic. Because they are not the life of the party, they may not identify as much with the Spring characteristics. They may identify as a Summer because they have shut some of their energy down. These are the least extroverted springs. [spring-summer personality description]
(These are CMAS descriptions).
Eyes can be blue or gray with warm yellow or gold overtone.
How do Amanda Seyfried and Mischa Barton compare in light tints and soft shades?
A Light Spring should be best in tints, but second best in tones.
A Soft Autumn should be best in shades, but second best in tones also.
Spring tomato red is probably harsh for a Light Spring even, but still Amanda's better choice. Autumn Rust is also too rich and dark for a Soft Autumn, but a better choice for Mischa.
This is a slightly more muted rust for a Soft Autumn.
This Summer red wine is also too dark and saturate for both, but you can see that it would work as their secondary.
CORAL VS. SALMON
The pinky coral is the best for Light Spring and this Light Salmon is best for Soft Autumn.
As predicted, Amanda is more in harmony with this Spring apple green tint, and Mischa is in harmony with this textured Autumn olive green.
They can both do this Summer green tone as their second best green.
French blue is one of the dealbreakers for Soft Autumn at Truth-is-Beauty.
The Spring tan is best for Amanda and this textured warm brown is better for Mischa, though she might be better in a lighter brown.
This Summer rose brown would be second best for both.
Truth-is-Beauty deal breakers suggest Light Spring should wear khaki.
CONTRAST: Light Spring and Light Summer have the same contrast level in their coloring and should repeat that in their outfits.
Light Springs, like all springs, do not wear stark white. They could wear "winter white" with a little yellow added. They also do not wear black (see Springs wearing black). They wear blue charcoal, warm light grey, light taupe and cream TINTS.
|Springs need very clean browns, tans and sands,|
made with high chroma pigments that reflect light.
Soft Autumns, like Warm Autumns, do not wear black (see Autumns wearing black) or white. Instead they wear camel, khaki, brown, mahogany, dark stone, medium gray, and buttermilk in SHADES.
|Autumns need dull browns with low chroma pigment.|
CONTRAST: Light Spring and Soft Autumn have the same level of contrast in their coloring, low contrast, and they should repeat that in their outfits.
... but hey, don't listen to me, EXPRESS YOUR TRUTH! Jane