Valentine’s day dress code

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Each and every color has its own different meaning and invokes emotions and beliefs unique to each of them. Specially on Feb 14th, valentines day, each color of dress one wears is representative of something.

Everyone wants to look good and impress their valentine by wearing different colors of dresses on lovers day, and it becomes more important to know what color you should wear on this festival of love.

So, let’s decode their significance and meaning to choose the best color of dress for you on this romantic day.

Blue is the color of sea and it can accept anything. Valentine’s day blue dress is the symbol indicating that the person is free to accept a love proposal.

Pink is always a lovable color and dress of pink color signifies the person had accepted the proposal.

Green is a color which indicates acceptance and indicates that the person is waiting for the proposal.

Red dress indicates that the person is in already in love and its a two sided one.

Orange is a pure color and signifies eternal and pure soul. Valentine day orange dress means that the person is going to propose with a pure heart.

White means the person is already in love / engaged and is enjoying the essence of love!

Yellow is the color of fire and anger. A person in grey dress indicates he broke up or failed in love.

Brown dress indicates that the person heart is broken by someone.

Grey is a symbol of no interest. A person in grey dress indicates that they are not interested in love. Better luck next time!

Black is a negative indication and signifies that the person is not interested in accepting a love.

Choose your dress accordingly and express your love to your special one this Valentine’s day, and most importantly have a cute smile on your face for the best or the worst.

Enjoy the festival of love, beautiful hearts!