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Find Out What Your Zodiac Sign and Color Is for a Prosperous 2016

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Wearing fine clothes makes a man look important. However, if you choose the right color of your clothes carefully, you’ll not only increase your personal charm, but you’ll also bring yourself good luck and prosperity.

Do you know your Chinese Zodiac sign? You’ll be one of 12 animals. In order they are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig.

Let’s take a look what color works for you in 2016:

Snake and horse

The zodiac snake and horse belong to afternoon fire — warm and bright red. This gives the emotional heat of combustion — you can repel evil when you wear bright red, dark red, crimson, and pink. Your business will boom this year, and everything will fall into place.

Rooster and Monkey

Rooster and monkey belong to gold (metal) — one of the five elements.

In 2016, those with the zodiac rooster and monkey should wear green, which symbolizes vitality of life and a bright future. Wearing green will bring you good luck – your wishes will be fulfilled.

Ox, sheep, dragon, and dog

The zodiac ox, sheep, dragon, and dog belong to the element of earth. The colors of the earth are represented by khaki, brown, black, and gray. People of these signs should dress in those colors to get wealth and health.

Rat and pig

The zodiac rat and pig belong to the element of water, so in 2016 people with these signs should wear more bluish colors. The color blue is the symbol of eternity, and you can bring in wealth, peace, good luck — almost everything you could wish for.

Tiger and rabbit

The zodiac tiger and rabbit have wood as their element. Wood overcomes earth, so don’t dress in bright colors too often in 2016. Wearing light colors is more appropriate, with yellow being ideal — this will bring you health, vitality, and the things you wish for.

Translation edited by Guy Harvey

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