The feel of my brand is more "Four Seasons"- upscale, luxury service experience, preciseness, warmth. Inspiration: Vogue, Paris, Chanel classic, Perfume branding, vintage wine bottles, marble angel sculptures, hint of 1920s, Versailles/Marie Antoinette. My colors are black, white, gold, blush, pops of red and touches of pink.
My pinterest brand board: https://www.pinterest.com/jendietri…histicate/
Current website (but will be updated): http://www.jenniferdietrich.com
Another coach in my industry whose branding I like: http://www.melanieduncan.com/
ADDED NOTES 4/16:
This logo will need to be on the web as first priority, so anything gold foil will not work. Please show me first how this would be on a white background.
For the gold color, it should be gold flat like rgb b68d3d (it does not have to be this gold, but a deeper gold flat color). No red in the logo, please.
I am a business coach that is very upscale luxury feminine, (think Chanel, Hermes) but also am in business with facts, figures, numbers. So an interplay between masculine and feminine is what I am drawn to and looking for. Contrast.
My name should be in all caps, not lower case.
ADDED NOTES 4/17:
Thank you so much for everyone who has entered the contest. I love and appreciate all your efforts in helping me with my company and brand. This is so important to me. I so appreciate your creative minds helping me.
What I have seen so far are many logos that are inspired by art deco, which I do like. But what I would like to see is a luxury monogram that has more flourish, the "feminine."
I am in a "masculine" industry as a business coach, but I am very feminine in my approach as a woman, with luxury, fashion, sensuality. So I'm drawn to a logo that shows a contrast of masculine and feminine elements, but in a luxurious way.
I would love to see a logo that has a more extensive baroque style monogram, like that is shown here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/21019…587894353/ which I love very much.
When I mentioned Versailles and Marie Antoinette in my brief... it is because both are luxurious in their day, but King Louis XIV (the "Sun King" as I'm also also a Leo and sun sign) was all about luxurious restraint, while Marie Antoinette was all about femininity wildness, nature, sensuality, and beauty (see her Petit Trianon on the Versailles grounds).. yet even on her grounds lies the classical Le Temple de l'Amour, the most beautiful marble sculpture of love, so gorgeous it leaves me breathless. Always a contrast of femininity and masculinity, sensuality and restraint.
I have pictures of this on my pinterest board, which I keep adding to throughout the contest. I'm hoping this gives you more direction of my vision. https://www.pinterest.com/jendietri…histicate/
Please also email me with any questions, I am very responsive to answer.