THE SYMBOLISM OF COLORS IN LINGERIE

THE SYMBOLISM OF COLORS IN LINGERIE

Around here, we talk a little bit about fashion... And especially about lingerie! One of the essential components in terms of "fashion" is of course the color! We know, the materials, the cuts are also very important... But, more seriously, what is the first thing that attracts our attention ? Color!

The colors we like and wear may be an indicator of our personality?

Did you know that our sensitivity to certain colors rather than others depends on our tastes, but also on our character and values?

Colors all have a meaning, it's time to find out what it is!
RED, FEELINGS AND EXTREMES
Red is the opposite of blue. Far from being in the shade, red is a proud color, which asserts itself and exposes itself. It is also a color with a heavy past, both love and passion but also crime and violence... In red, a form of duality is hidden. Over the centuries, red has become the symbol of power, then passion, and ambition. It is also a color known as "rich", that is to say deep and often a symbol of opulence. Moreover, in our daily life, it is often the color of the forbidden, signs, lights, indications of possible danger, etc...

BLUE, THE FAVORITE COLOR OF WESTERNERS IN LINGERIE
Blue is THE star color. Discreet and discreet, blue is the favorite color of Westerners when it comes to lingerie, and has been for several centuries. Symbol of the sky and the sea, blue reassures... It has even been entrusted with the flags of Europe and the UN, that is to say! Yet long rejected, this color is omnipresent today. At the same time associated with religion, politics and economy, blue cannot be ignored. Yet it is a rather discreet, conventional and comforting color.

White is a color that is universally accepted in most of the world's cultures. It always symbolizes purity and innocence. But it is also a color that has a hard life... because it is always asked to be "whiter than white". White is a color with a very stable symbolism and very present in history.

It tells the story of birth, marriage, freedom, and sometimes death for some cultures... And it has strong meanings. Symbol of peace, innocence, virginity, light, white accompanies us throughout our lives!