If you ever feel like wearing black, do so. You do not have to explain to the world why you feel at home wearing that color, or whether you wear it to mask hurt or punctuate jubilation. You have been learning over the years that if a certain thing feels right in the sense that it makes you more aligned with your core being, continue with it. Likewise, if something does not feel right at the onset, let go and keep moving.
Black is how others might call it. But on some days, it may be red to you. On ordinary days, your black may feel like white linen. You do not need to explain to the world why your interpretation is such for this or that, why you view life the way you do, or why your sense of fulfillment is derived form a certain thing and not another.
The moment you learn to stop explaining why you are the way you are, you can bloom fully. And how you bloom depends entirely on how you interpret your experiential references.
The ultimate celebration happens when a person comes to terms with his own definitions of life’s most essential matters. Let no one dictate to you the meaning of the most essential things in life – love, forgiveness, faith, principle, and yes, even color preferences.