Did you know that red is the colour that suits everyone however, you have to find the right shade of red? I can’t wear a cherry red but I love a more orangey-red. I wore it on my wedding day – a red velvet suit, and it is often the colour that I am attracted to when I am looking for an outfit for a special occasion. I particularly like wearing red in winter as it gives me a feeling of uplift and of course the two days associated with this colour are Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
So as we approach Valentine’s Day I thought we could look at this colour that represents courage, sacrifice, love or anger, danger, and war. The colour red can be associated with the happiest feelings as well as with the worst. Being the colour that elicits the strongest reactions, it is no surprise that its symbolism can lie on both ends of the spectrum.
Grace is also a great fan of the colour red so it was no surprise that when we decided to feature red as our colour this week we both had lots of red in our wardrobe.
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Hasn’t the colour red such an uplifting feeling? It may not be the on-trend colour for next season however, it will never be eliminated from any collection as designers know we are drawn to it.
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