Megan loves fuchsia. She associates fuchsia with abundance. And where does this belief come from?

It comes from her mother ?. As a young girl, Megan fondly remembers her mom always wearing the colour fuchsia. In turn, her mom was inspired by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her love of the colour. Jackie O represented style, elegance, grace, and prosperity.

Megan is an expert in core beliefs and how they affect your mindset and achieving your goals. If she believes fuchsia is the colour of abundance, then I think it’s a good idea to stand up and take note! In fact, if you check out her website Megan O’Neill, you’ll see she appears in hot pink all over the place.

Don’t you agree that Megan looks abundantly radiant in her Fiery Fuchsia Maxine Tunic?

Megan in the Fiery Fuchsia Maxine in size M

Megan in the Fiery Fuchsia Maxine Tunic, scoop neck in front, in size M


This notion of fuchsia and abundance peaks my curiosity because I’m not feeling abundant right now. I’m feeling quite the opposite. I’m feeling scarcity and I don’t like it. What is the colour of scarcity? Grey maybe? We all know green is the colour of envy. And where does that belief come from?

My observation is that as women mature, we seem to gravitate towards brighter colours like fuchsia. We no longer want to wear black. Could that be tied to how we want to feel? I think so. It’s definitely tied to how we want to look…more radiant, brighter? To perhaps have that glow of an abundant life?

I also find it interesting that some woman have told me it’s their husbands who like them in brighter colours. It’s their choice at the end of the day but they appreciate that their husbands pay attention.

Just like Megan, I too love the colour fuchsia. It makes me feel happy when I wear it. Could it make me feel abundant? Could I adopt that belief? Should I wear fuchsia all the time like Megan and her mother?

Someone else who likes wearing fuchsia is Eleanor. She’s all aglow surrounded by an abundance of pink blossoms at the Arboretum.

Eleanor in the Fiery Fuchsia Maxine Tunic, Photo by Anna Epp Photography

Eleanor in the Fiery Fuchsia Maxine Tunic, V-neck in front, in Size L


Another fuchsia fan is Heidi. Heidi is the owner of Wanderlust Scarves. If you check out her website, you’ll see a lot fuchsia there too. Heidi likes to travel in her Fiery Fuchsia Vesna cardi.

Heidi in the Fiery Fuchsia Vesna Cardigan, Photo by Anna Epp Photography

Heidi in the Fiery Fuchsia Vesna Cardi in Size L


To catch some more fuchsia on fire, come out to my next Coffee Shop on Sunday, July 21st from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Drop by for coffee & dessert, great company & conversation, browsing & shopping, and some added fun with makeup demos and photos. Register for free at COKANNA Community Coffee Shop.

I’m looking forward to our next coffee date. In the meantime, I’m curious to know if you like to wear fuchsia? How does it make you feel? Do you associate fuchsia with abundance? Let me know in the comments.

Until next time,

~ Colleen

Colleen Kanna