Valentine’s Day is a memorable day for lovers as they express their feelings by showing love and affection to each other. Valentine’s day is just the most happening occasion to express love to your partners, friends, family and more.
Valentine’s Day is an important day and your outfit on this day signifies your personality and also hints about your love status. So, we have decoded the importance and significance of Valentine’s day dress colour code for you, take a look.
Basically, Valentine’s day dress code indicates the status or mood of the individual and also the couple. So here is the list of different coloured dresses and what message it carries:
Red: Already in love
Red is the colour of love. Red rose is used for proposing on the rose day, red teddy is gifted to show your love and affection to your beloved similarly, wearing red means you are already in love with someone.
White: Taken by someone
White is the colour of peace and dresses of this colour indicates that you have already been taken by someone and eventually you are not available.
Pink: Proposal accepted
Pink is the cute and adorable colour which cutely express that you have accepted the proposal without any terms and conditions.
Blue: Single ready to mingle
Wearing a blue dress this day is an indication point that you are single and ready to mingle. Wearing blue will drop the clue that you are free to accept the proposal.
Orange: Going to propose
Wearing orange indicates that you are going to propose the love of your life and hence you are not available for others.
Green: Waiting for reply
By wearing a green coloured dress on this day, you can hint your loved one that you are eagerly waiting for their reply.
Black: Rejected proposal
Black means your proposal has been rejected. Hence, choose black on this day to tell people that your proposal got rejected and you are ready to mingle.
Grey/Purple: Not interested
Grey or purple colour indicates that you are not interested to accept the proposal. Although, it also signifies that maybe later you can accept it.
Yellow: Broke up
If you have a broken heart or a lost love then you can wear a yellow colour dress to show that you are recently broke up with your love interest and might be looking for a new bond.
Brown: Broken heart
Brown is taken to the saddest of the colours. If you have a broken heart and not at all have any plans to move on with another person, you can pull off a brown coloured dress.
Celebrate and spread the love on Valentine’s Day this year by selecting the wardrobe of appropriate colour as your mood and lifestyle. Don’t let the colour of your outfit confuse or misunderstand your feelings.