So this is what I did...I went to the closet and saw what colors my clothes tended to be, and then found beads that coordinated with these colors and a variation of blue. This can be turquoise, baby blue, navy blue...whatever! My daughter wears a lot of pink and turquoise so we found some pretty beads that matched. And my son, tough kid that he is, wears a lot of blue jeans, camo, etc. So I used khaki, green, blue and red cords for his tzit tzit. On the first day my daughter started wearing them, she was asked about them by many people all day. And this is a great moment, because you can pull from the numerous Scriptures to witness about Yahweh and His Son. Whether you discuss the healing of Yeshua in His wings (tzit tzit) and the woman with the bleeding issue relayed in the Gospels, or discussing the rememberance of Yahweh's commandments when looking upon them, they can be a fun Torah centered conversation piece! Plus, they make a great gift. Silly bands do little for the kingdom of heaven. Tzit tzit are in and another way to shake up the world.