Top 10 Possible Colors for "The Dress"Have you heard of "The Dress" internet frenzy over whether it's white and gold or black and blue? If not, you're behind the times. Look it up! Anyway, I just want to let you know that people don't just see it as black and blue or white and gold; they also see it in a variety of other colors. Let's check it out!
Lots of people see this dress as blue and black. What is wrong with you people? I do not see what you are seeing. Honestly, I think if you see it as blue and black, you're colorblind. No offense.
It's called color constancy. And we aren't colorblind. We're right! It's blue and black! In other pictures, it's obviously blue and black.
If you see it like this, you are viewing the screen from a downward angle and have low brightness.
Thank you, @Minecraftcrazy530. This person put into exact words how I see it. I KNOW it's blue and black, but this list is about what you see, not what you know. I've only seen it blue and black once, but I see it white and gold all the time.
I recently read that your past experiences determine how you see it: women tend to see it white and gold because they get up earlier on average and so receive more natural light or something.
This is the absolutely most obvious answer, in my opinion. It looks exactly like these colors, in my opinion, and nothing else.
I can kind of see why people would choose this because the original picture looks as if the "white" stripes are pale blue, and it's kind of confusing, so I won't rant this time.
This is what I saw! And sometimes white and gold! Or blue and black! What is up with this picture?
I see gold clearly. I do not, however, see the white for the life of me. I cannot see the white.
Once again, some people may see the "white" stripes as pale blue, but how does the gold look brown? Stop using the simple colors that you learned about in Pre-K. That is definitely a shade of gold. No brown is "that" light, I don't believe.
I saw this, and everyone was saying that I'm crazy. They say that you can only see either Blue and Black or White and Gold.
I completely understand where the white comes from, but black? Come on, you guys could do better than that. Where does the black come from? I would like an explanation of why people think like this nowadays.
Must I repeat myself once more? I understand where the white comes from, but why brown? That's like saying honey is brown and Beyoncé's weave is brown. It should not be called Gold Peak Tea. It's Brown Peak Tea. Do you see where I'm getting here?
I know where the white comes from. Once again, I am on #teamwhiteandgold. Enough with the simple colors, people.
Some people say it actually is that, but I think they're crazy.