At Briosa Boutique, we love color! Color reflects your mood, your personality, your outlook on life. And this week we’re thinking that from soft and subtle to red-hot and racy, the Valentine’s palette can speak volumes for you without you ever saying a word. Borrowing from the floral world, we’ve adapted the rose color symbolism to show you what we mean in the photo gallery below.
Long ago, legend says all roses were white until a nightingale, overcome by a white rose’s beauty, began to sing to the flower of his affection. In his passion, he pressed up against the rose, where her thorns pierced his chest and colored her petals red. Today, white roses still represent purity, innocence and young love. We think you’ll love this pure white, crochet lace top that takes you back to a simpler time.
Red roses, however, symbolize passion and true love. The flirtatious cherry red chiffon shift will definitely get his attention and devotion, don’t you think?
Pink roses carry different meanings depending on the shade. Light pink speaks of grace and gentleness like this soft and sweet pale pink sweater, perfect for a first date.
Darker pink, however, symbolizes gratitude and appreciation. We’re pretty sure your valentine will be forever grateful you chose this fuschia tunic paired with black leggings for your romantic dinner date!
Today yellow roses stand for friendship, joy and warmth, like these yellow-gold hearts on this eyecatching layered necklace, just perfect for quietly speaking of your affection for your valentine.
Last but not least a mixed bouquet of roses communicates a multitude of feelings, much like our sizzling hot tank dress with its vibrant colors and strong geometric patterns that also lets your feminine side come shining through.
May your Valentine’s dreams come true!
Here’s looking at you,
Gloria, Rae & Debbie