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Coat Hangers

To dream of a coat hanger represents feeling of confidence about your future prospects or future changes. Confidence in yourself being able to change or become someone different if you want to. Confidence about a different lifestyle choice or ability to change yourself life if you want to. Confident feelings about prospects for future changes being securely held in place. Confidently feeling that you can do other things later on in you wanted to. A personality change or lifestyle change that is on hold. Feelings about plans or expectations to become a different person later on.

Negatively, a coat hanger may reflect excessive confidence in future prospects or lifestyle changes. Alternative prospects or choices that you talk about too much with no real intention of using. Trusting other people too much with your future prospects. Too much confidence in alternative prospects you have never been given real certainty about. Too many different lifestyle options. Too much focus on not being yourself. Too much bragging about all the different things you can do in life.

To dream of a coat hanger being used as a noose may reflect feelings about self-imposed failure being cause by too much confidence in your future. Embarrassing yourself being too confident about your prospects.

To dream of a coat hanger hanging above a door may reflect feelings about how important it feels to project confidence to others about alternative options before getting involved with new opportunity or change. The importance to not reveal desperation or neediness as you get involved with new people or new situations.

Example: A woman dreamed hitting her husband in coat hangers. In waking life she was fighting with her husband about getting a divorce and selling their home so she could do something else with her life. The coat hangers in this case may have reflected her confident feelings about not needing her husband anymore to do something else with her life as she argued with him.


To dream of a collar represents ownership or belonging. You or someone else that is controlling someone else. It may also reflect how you believe you are someone else's property.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing a red collar. In waking life she felt she disrespected her husband and felt she should make up for it by proving that she belonged to him.

Example 2: A teenage boy saw a dog wearing a collar that had an envelope attached with a message in it that blamed him. In waking life he lost his virginity with a girl and feared getting her pregnant. The dog collar in this case may have reflected his feelings about the girl belonging to him or his own feelings of belonging to the girl.


To dream of a costume represents a false or deceptive persona you present to others in waking life. You might be putting on a show or pretending to be something you are not. A costume may also reflect bluffing or lying.

It may also reflect a temporary persona you display to others to fulfill a certain role (e.g. acting a certain way around only one person).

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Cowboy Hat

To dream of a cowboy hat represents feelings of readiness for bravery, freedom, risk-taking, and a pioneering spirit. You may be in the mood for taking a chance. An attitude of boldness and fearlessness, willing to embrace uncertainty or danger. A more audacious non-conformist approach to situations in your life. Your readiness to break from convention and chart your own path, valuing independence and self-reliance over societal norms. This dream could reflect your thoughts about the importance of individuality, courage, and self-reliance. Self-reliance, resilience, and the desire to forge your own path, no matter the odds or potential dangers. The thrill of taking risks and stepping out of your comfort zone, demonstrating your personal power and daring spirit. An attitude that is comfortable being a risk-taking hero the second it needs to.

Positively, dreaming about a cowboy hat might symbolize confidence, determination, and resilience in the face of challenges. It may reflect a conscious choice to step out of your comfort zone and embrace risk or uncertainty because of potential rewards or personal growth. It could also be indicative of a sense of freedom, non-conformity, and a desire to chart your own course.

Negatively, dreaming about a cowboy hat could represent feelings of recklessness, overconfidence, or disregard for potential risks. A lack of caution or forethought, potentially leading to harmful or destructive outcomes. An exaggerated need for independence. Perhaps you feel pressured to take risks that are beyond your comfort zone, or you might be struggling with an impulsive or foolhardy attitude that disregards the consequences of your actions. Stubbornly resisting guidance or support from others due to an overemphasis on self-reliance. Witnessing someone else stupidly show off trying to be a hero that's taking bigger risks than other people. Bravery, freedom, and risk-taking that is all in your head while being completely unrealistic about choosing to behave that way.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a corrupt cop wearing a cowboy hat. In waking life, the man was experiencing police corruption that was criminally attempting to project itself as a bigger hero than the victim. In this case, the cowboy hat may have reflected the man's perception of the corrupt cop's attitude, embodying a false sense of bravery or heroism. The cowboy hat symbolized a pretense of fearlessness and audacity, masking underlying corruption and dishonesty.


To dream of cuff links represents feelings about the personality being exceptional in appearance. Exceptional or very professional appearances. Feeling exceptional in appearance for your abilities or connections.

Example : A man dreamed of considering giving an old friend he didn't really like a pair of porcelain cufflinks for a gift and changed his mind about doing so. In waking life he had become very successful and felt forced to publicly respect the old friend who had disrespected him earlier in life. He felt he could except the public acknowledgment as long as the friend didn't do anything else disrespectful, but at the last minute he decided to avoid respecting the friend in public. The cufflinks in this case may have reflected his feelings about giving his old friend an exceptional reputation or exceptionally good appearance if the old friend was acknowledged in public.


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To dream of wearing a dress represents feelings of behavior that is compliant, accepting, and giving. An accommodating personality. Behavior that's receptive, understanding, and supportive. Behavior that respects itself with responsible passivity or listening. Feelings about respectful listening that doesn't let anything embarrassing happen. Behavior that respects itself listening with compliance, willingness, or obedience. Feeling that a person completely listens to you and is respectful of you. Feelings about a situation or person that doesn't see itself as more important than you because it's intelligent to do so. A positive attitude about accepting a loss. Alternatively, a dress reflect a giving nature or a strong outward expression of selflessness. Behavior that is as professionally accommodating towards other people as reasonably possible.

Negatively, wearing a dress is a sign that you lack of assertive power or control. You are agreeable to others needs or not able to do what you want. Subordination or serving the needs of others. A sign that you are getting over serious problems and learning to accept a difficult change. Often a dream symbol for people recovering from serious injuries or major surgery that leaves scars. Being overly accommodating to others at your own personal expense. You can't dictate the terms of a situation or it appears that someone else is in control. It may also reflect respectfully mourning a loss. Being excessively accommodating to other people. Feelings about yourself or someone else being a wimp about compliance or doing what they are told.

To dream of seeing someone else wearing a dress represents some aspect of your personality that is compliant, accepting, and giving. Feelings about yourself or someone else being accommodating. It may also reflect obedience or a lack of control. Feelings about yourself or someone else being too subservient.

To dream of a sexually desirable woman wearing a dress represents a desirable aspect of your life being accommodating, accepting, compliant, or serving your needs. Situations that you want to happen effortlessly manifest in your life. Feeling that someone is doing everything for you to ensure a desirable outcome. Negatively, a sexually desirable woman wearing a dress may reflect temptation or an issue you feel is too accommodating to your negative habits or unhealthy desires. Feelings of dependency, not being able to function without certain people or situations, or the fear of losing something extremely beneficial or helpful in your life.

To dream of a yellow dress represents accommodation that is noticeable or sees itself doing things for you. People seem usually interested in you or eager to help you. Compliance or subordination that is noticeable or obvious.

To dream of a red dress represents accommodation, compliance, or subordination that is passionate or dangerous. A situation in your life requiring intense compliance or accommodation, whether out of passion or necessity. Serious situations or important issues that require your absolute compliance or submission. Accommodation or compliance that is fueled by love, passion, or an intense fear or anxiety. Feeling forced to comply with demands or requirements that you perceive as harmful or threatening. Accommodating and accepting of doctors' orders, even if feels perilous. Feeling that someone else loves you or accommodates you first no matter what. Accommodation, obedience, or listening that would notice violence if asked.

To dream of a black dress represents strict accommodation, compliance, or subordination in a professional context. Maintaining professional compliance. Accomodation or subordination that feels excessive. You might feel that you have to be a 'yes person', agreeing to all requests or demands regardless of your personal feelings or well-being.

To dream of a light blue dress represents behavior that is accommodating, compliant, or helpful in a thoughtful or positive way. Behavior that is receptive, understanding, and supportive in a way that is beneficial, uplifting, and wants you to stop being afraid. Giving more than you're receiving, which could lead to feelings of being taken advantage of or feeling unappreciated. Maintaining a positive, caring, and accommodating attitude.

To dream of a dark blue dress represents accommodation or compliance in a serious, rule-adhering, or business-friendly way. Compliance with the truth even if it feels too serious or feels mean. Accommodation in a business professional manner that is serious about getting things done and not making mistakes. You feel obligated to behave in a particular way, either due to professional responsibilities, societal expectations, or personal principles. A mindset that is strict, by the book, and oriented towards maintaining high standards or meeting certain expectations. Negatively, a dark blue dress may reflect feelings of being under pressure to comply with exacting standards or rules, possibly leading to feelings of stress or anxiety. You might feel constrained or limited in your actions, or unable to express yourself freely due to these expectations or obligations. Feelings about being perceived as too serious, stringent, or unyielding, suggesting that you might be struggling with issues related to authority. Conducting yourself in a manner that is deemed appropriate or required in a particular situation

To dream of a light green dress represents behavior that is accommodating, compliant, or helpful with a focus on renewal, healing, growth, and improvement. Being supportive and helpful in a manner that promotes personal development, improvement, new beginnings, and transformation.

To dream of a dark green dress represents accommodation and compliance but with a focus on growth, ambition, greed, arrogance, and jealousy. Accommodation that's jealous it doesn't help you enough or lets you serve yourself when nobody else would want to.

To dream of a white dress represents feelings of accommodation in a way that is genuine, pure, honest, or innocent. Perfect honest dedication, commitment, fidelity, and the desire for a lifelong partnership. A situation where you feel the need to act in a completely pure, unblemished, or innocent way. You may be seeking to maintain a clean reputation or image. It can also symbolize the need for total honesty, transparency, and integrity in your actions. Negatively, a white dress may reflect feelings of being overly accommodating or compliant. Fear of tarnishing your reputation or image if you do not maintain perfect compliance or accommodation. A subservient role that perfectly accepts it.

To dream of a pink dress represents feelings about behavior that is accommodating, compliant, accepting, and giving while liking caring about other people's feelings. An accommodating personality that doesn't want to embarrass anyone else's feelings. Feelings about a woman being easy to talk to. Wanting to be accepted or liked by someone in a way that was non-confrontational and gentle.

To dream of a dirty white dress represents feelings of disappointment, disillusionment, or failure. It may reflect your feelings of being unable to maintain your innocence, purity, or good intentions due to external pressures or challenges. It could also signify feelings of guilt, regret, or a perceived failure to meet personal or societal expectations.

Example: A woman dreamed of finding the perfect dress to wear. In waking life, she was an interior designer who was trying to figure out how to best serve her clients. In this case, finding the best dress to wear may have reflected her efforts to find the best professional approach that would be accommodating and appealing to her clients.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of getting a new dress made for her. In waking life, she was recovering from a serious injury due to chemical burns. She was learning to accept the changes to her body and her inability to return to her old job. In this case, the new dress may have reflected her feelings of having to comply and accept the new circumstances and limitations in her job following the accident.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a woman wearing a red dress. In waking life, she felt forced to put up with a dangerous psychological condition that caused powerful hallucinations. Doctors were unable to figure out her problem. In this case, the red dress may have reflected her feelings about having to be accommodating and accepting of doctor's orders even when it felt dangerous because she felt it was more intelligent to respect herself listening to her doctors. She may also felt that her life was on the line and following doctor's orders was more important than anything else.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing her Grandmother in a beautiful light purple dress. In waking life, she was learning to accept her grandmother's death and felt that she was now happy in heaven. In this case, the beautiful purple dress may have reflected her personality becoming respectfully accommodating and accepting of her grandmother's death.

Example 5: A teenage boy dreamed of seeing a desirable girl in a yellow dress. In waking life, a girl began pursuing him at school and eventually became his girlfriend. In this case, the girl in the yellow dress may have reflected the boy's feelings about the girl having an accommodating personality that was compliant, accepting, and giving in terms of her pursuit of him as her boyfriend.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of avoiding wearing a dress. In waking life, she was having issues with feeling stupid for being a good student who was perfectly attentive since it wasn't allowing her to enjoy her life. In this case, avoiding wearing a dress may have reflected her not wanting to be seen as entirely passive, accepting, or overly agreeable in her academic environment.

Example 7: A man dreamed of a woman in a pink dress. In waking life, he found talking to the woman very easy and accommodating as she liked acting feminine. In this case, the pink dress may have reflected his feelings about a woman being easy to talk to.

Example 8: A teenage girl dreamed of putting on a dark pink dress for a wedding. In waking life, she was preparing to go to someone's wedding. In this case, the dark pink dress may have reflected her feelings about enjoying being accommodating and compliant with respecting the bride and groom's feelings at their wedding.

Example 9: A teenage girl dreamed of her crush picking a pink dress for her out of 3 possible dresses. In waking life, she hadn't spoken to her crush in a month. In this case, the pink dress may have reflected her feelings about wanting to be seen by her crush as an easygoing, caring, and accommodating person.

Ear Studs

To dream of ear studs represents a wish to be recognized as exceptional. You or someone else that wants to be viewed as being "special" or more interesting than someone else.

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To dream of earrings represents the individuality and qualities you wish to have admired or recognized by others. You or someone else craves attention or wants to be recognized. Enjoying hearing people talking about you. Looking good for what you hear about yourself. Embracing unique aspects of oneself or wanting to stand out in a crowd. Aspects of your personality or identity that you want others to notice or appreciate. Looking good hearing compliments.

Positively, earrings represent recognition or admiration that the dreamer is receiving or hopes to receive. Qualities or achievements that the dreamer is proud of and wants others to notice.

Negatively, earrings represent an overemphasis on appearances and superficial qualities. An unhealthy or imbalanced need to be admired or recognized. Feelings of being ignored, misunderstood, or unappreciated.

To dream of taking your earrings off represents feelings of not wanting attention or to be noticed for something special anymore. No longer wanting to draw attention to yourself or a particular quality you possess. Preferring to not be talked about anymore. Feeling that you have received enough recognition or admiration and now preferring to blend in or go unnoticed. Let go of a specific aspect of your identity or persona that you feel has become too attention-seeking.

To dream of crystal earring represents a flawless quality in yourself that you want others to notice in you. Transparency, clarity, or honesty to be seen by others.

To dream of silver earrings represents behavior that is admired, recognized, or getting compliments for intuitive and subtle behavior. Compliments and praise come effortlessly, without the need to explain why they're deserved. Admiration for consistently being intuitively in tune with situations

To dream of ivory earrings represents feelings about being admired, recognized, or getting compliments for unblemished character and moral integrity. It can also symbolize the desire to appear virtuous, pure, or untarnished in the eyes of others, perhaps striving to uphold an image of absolute goodness or innocence.

To dream of ivory represents a recognition or embrace of unquestioned purity, innocence, or noble qualities. Striving for higher personal standards or moral integrity. The quality of always being right of never having to be questioned about it.

Example: A young woman dreamed of wearing earrings. In waking life, she was very interested in getting attention from a guy she liked. In this case, the earrings may have reflected the traits and qualities she hoped he would admire and find attractive about her.

Example 2: A woman dreamed putting an earring in her boyfriend's eye and it started to make his eye bleed. In waking life, she wanted to feel good noticing her boyfriend making smart decisions and it made her feel bad that he was continuing to ignore her advice. In this case, the earring may have reflected the quality advice and insight that she wished to be admired and recognized for.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of trying to wear an ivory earring. In waking life, she was very concerned about looking good to her new boyfriend after breaking up with her ex-boyfriend. She didn't want any rumors from her past relationship to make her look bad in her new relationship. In this case, the ivory earrings may have reflected her desire to present herself in the best possible light to her new partner, upholding an incorruptible reputation.

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Engagement Ring

To dream of an engagement ring represents a commitment or promise that hasn't been finalized. Choosing a situation or relationship without having "sealed the deal" completely. Knowing what you want while you wait to make it permanent.

To dream of a damaged or flawed engagement ring represents feelings about your future plans not being as perfect or with as much integrity as you'd like. It may also reflect embarrassments, doubts, or negative memories that you feel will always prevent you from feeling a situation is as perfect as you want it to be.

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To dream of eyeglasses represents feelings about yourself or others having to be more intelligent, responsible, or careful than others. Self-awareness of trying hard to be serious about something. A heightened sense of clarity or needing to pay attention. You or someone else is concerned with paying closer attention to a situation. Trying to be intelligent about something.

Negatively, eyeglasses may reflect a tendency to be too focused on how serious something is. Anxiety or fear that drives you to be serious about a problem. An excessive need to focus on being serious or careful.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a woman with glasses being threatened by a large blade. In waking life he was aware of the possibility of losing everything he had in a business deal if he walked away from an untrustworthy business partner. The glasses on the woman reflected his intelligent awareness or sense of clarity about how seriously focused on his corrupt business partner he needed to be in order to outsmart him and get his money back.

Example 2: A man dreamed of eyeglasses that were loose and flopping around in his hands. In waking life he was deeply religious and felt that God was something that need to be paid attention to at all times in life when other people in his life didn't. The loose floppy eyeglasses in his hand may have reflected his feelings about paying serious attention to God not working well in his social interactions.

Fedora Hat

To dream of a fedora hat represents a mood and attitude that looks good never having to be questioned by anyone about its professionalism because it's already confident about being believable. An attitude of confident integrity or an unspoken understanding of one's principles, character, or stance on a matter. Being professional about adherence to a code of personal ethics that doesn't have to talk about it.

Negatively, dreaming about a fedora hat represents an attitude that looks good confident, believable, or professional about never being questioned about underhanded or immoral behavior. Feeling pressured to maintain a facade of sophistication, confidence, and believableness that doesn't align with your true self. Not liking why someone else looks good never answering to you about dishonesty because they can sound confident and believable about not needing to. Dishonesty that looks good sounding right as the reason it can never be questioned. Dishonestly deflecting other people's questioning about an issue because you can project a false image of confidence, seriousness, or professionalism about already being on top of it. An attitude that feels that being believable is the reason you'll never get caught. Talking to other people as though you are too interesting or original to be caught being dishonest. An attitude about looking good being a professional criminal. An attitude that dangerously thinks it can professionally get away with whatever if it wants to. A criminal attitude about talking about yourself being more professional than other criminals. Delusions about being the most original professional criminal that ever lived.

Example: A woman dreamed of seeing her husband wearing a straw fedora hat. In waking life, she was having some trust issues with her husband. In this case, the fedora hat may have reflected her feelings about her her husband's behavior maintaining a facade of confidence and integrity while not fully disclosing his true dishonesty. She may have felt that her husband's personality was unusual about being professional about not discussing the issue with a confident believable attitude that dismissed needing to talk at all.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of approaching her daughter about an issue, but then a man in a fedora hat started talking to her. In waking life, she was trying to approach her daughter about financial issues, but kept experiencing her daughter avoiding needing to be partly responsible for finances that needed to be paid. In this case, the man in the fedora hat may have reflected her feelings about the facade of maturity or integrity that her daughter projected, masking an underlying reluctance or refusal to address the financial obligations. She may have not liked that her daughter was protecting herself with a believable attitude that everything was under controlwhile dishonesty avoiding talking about the financial issues.

Fez Hat

To dream of a fez hat may reflect feelings about unquestioned supportive fraternity with no regard for appearances. Negatively, a fez hat may reflect annoyance or frustration that someone is being allowed to enjoy themselves being supported when they look stupid.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a person wearing a fez hat. In waking life he was shocked to discovered a business competitor was starting to do well when the business competitor was very pathetic with lame product offerings. He couldn't understand why the competitor would become popular when they looked stupid being in business.

Flip Flops Sandals

To dream of flip flops represents feelings about an approach to a situation with a relaxed, easygoing, laid-back, or carefree attitude because there is no point in being too serious. A casual attitude towards decision-making, a laid-back outlook on life, or the choice to take things easy and not stress over the small stuff because being serious doesn't matter. Enjoying yourself or being carefree as you confront uncertainty in your life. A need to take things easy, let go of stress, and enjoy not being serious about a situation. A situation where you are "walking around laughing that nothing is a problem" during a situation that is testing you with becoming too serious or dangerous. Freedom from stress, a vacation mindset, or enjoying simple pleasures without overcomplicating things.

Positively, dreaming about flip flop sandals may represent a period of relaxation, vacation, or a break from your usual responsibilities. Allowing yourself to unwind and not be overly concerned with life's demands. A decision to approach a situation with more openness and flexibility, showing a willingness to go with the flow. Simplicity, freedom, and leisure. A carefree attitude towards change, adaptability, and going with the flow.

Negatively, flip flop sandals in a dream may represent a lack of commitment, indecisiveness, or a casual attitude that may be inappropriate for certain situations. A tendency to be careless, unreliable, or indifferent to important matters. It might suggest that you or someone else is not taking things seriously enough or is being too relaxed about important matters. Feeling unprepared or out of place in a situation that requires a more formal or dedicated approach. A lack of seriousness, commitment, or professionalism in your life.

Example: A woman dreamed of taking off her canvas shoes, putting on red and black basketball shoes, and then taking off the basketball shoes for flip flop sandals. In waking life, she had broken up with her boyfriend on a temporary basis while she left her US State for a job. She spoke to her boyfriend on the phone and he wanted to marry her. In this case, the flip flop sandals may have reflected her feelings about choosing to approach the significant change in her relationship status with a relaxed and carefree attitude after considering more serious or committed relationship options.

Fur Coat

To dream of a fur coat represents feeling good thinking about yourself being too fantastic, too incredible, or too extraordinary to worry about anything at all. Noticing that everything you do is fantastic. Enjoying feeling that nobody can do anything to stop you. Feelings about one's self being too attractive, too incredible, or too amazing to be stopped. An assertively extravagant attitude.

Alternatively, dreaming of a fur coat may reflect the personality that enjoys flaunting something that is considered offensive, outdated, or ignorant of social acceptability when they are fully aware of it hurting others feelings.

Negatively, a fur coat may reflect feelings about yourself enjoying being a genius that always gets away with crime or dishonest acts. Feeling fantastic not having to care about anyone else's feelings. Enjoying thinking about getting away with bad behavior like it's easy. Feeling good doing bad things that you don't think you will ever have to stop doing. Delusions of grandeur. Loving yourself too much. Feeling good being empty towards others. Discussing far-fetched ideas like they are easy. Showing off being richer than other people.

Example: A prisoner dreamed of seeing someone wearing a fur coat. In waking life he was telling a friend that he planned to kill someone who he thought planned to kill him. He was enjoying thinking about how he would easily get away with it.

Example 2: A man dreamed of wearing a fur coat. In waking life he son was very rich and he was bragging about himself being rich because his son would always pay all his bills.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing people trying on fur coats. In waking life she was suffering from powerful hallucinations which she didn't find threatening and wanted to discuss them with other people in a humorous way. The fur coats may have reflected her wish to use the hallucinations to make herself look like incredible person who was comfortable with herself instead of appearing crazy.

Example 4: A 14 year-old girl dreamed of seeing Paul McCartney wearing a fur coat. In waking life she was having a small argument with her friends about her taste in music. She thought her taste in older music like The Beatles was far better than their preference for new music. The fur coat may have reflected her feelings about enjoying sharing or showing off her her tastes in music that aren't socially acceptable.



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